- By Kristina Ellis

How to Graduate Debt Free: Simple Ways to Avoid Devastating Student Loans

  • Title: How to Graduate Debt Free: Simple Ways to Avoid Devastating Student Loans
  • Author: Kristina Ellis
  • ISBN: 9781617957437
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • How to Graduate Debt Free Simple Ways to Avoid Devastating Student Loans Learn specific effective strategies to avoid sinking into overwhelming debt while pursuing a career advancing degree

    Learn specific,effective strategies to avoid sinking into overwhelming debt while pursuing a career advancing degree.

    1 thought on “How to Graduate Debt Free: Simple Ways to Avoid Devastating Student Loans

    1. Living and studying in Europe my whole life, I ignored for a long time the fact that education can be a very problematic investment and burden. When talking with my American academic friends, they often mention that even after 10 years, they still have to pay or find solutions for paying an impressive college debt. As for me, I went from college to MA and after that, PhD studies, without paying any dime. Just because high education was free, unless I wanted to enroll to some private academic cla [...]

    2. College is expensive. Any parent or college student will tell you that the thought of ending college with a mountain of debt is not a good one. But how is a parent with little to no savings or a student with only a part-time job able to handle college without paying for it years after graduation? This books takes the best strategies and ways to pay for college, thus saving the parents and students a world of headaches and stress.As a parent, the idea of paying for two college tuitions is dauntin [...]

    3. Navigating college is stressful enough but paying for it, thats a whole different type of stress! I wish someone would've given this book to my parent or myself during the end of my high school years. This book gently explains different banking terms, loan terms and has several tips and ideas for how to best reduce the cost of college. This book ignites readers to start thinking about a financial map and how to allocate your saving and earnings with the coming expenses. I would definitely recomm [...]

    4. This is the book I wish I had when I was in high school and applying to college. While I enjoyed the whole book, the chapters on scholarships and loans would be invaluable to anyone who's getting ready to attend college and wants to avoid a mountain of debt

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