There are a number of resources out there to help you figure out the best way to manage student loan debt.
This calculator will help you figure out how much financial aid you may qualify for, to help you and your family plan ahead for college.
FAFSA Online Help
Need a bit of guidance on FAFSA? Here’s where to find all of the information you may need.
Types of Grants and Scholarships
This breakdown helps you understand the different types of federal grants and scholarships available.
How to Pay Off Student Loans
Learn about how, when, and to whom you’ll make your federal student loan payments in this guide.
Repaying Student Loans: Calculator
This calculator will help you figure out how long it will take you to pay off the rest of your student loans at the current interest rates.
The U.S. Department of Education provides a number of tips and advice on how to best manage your student loans.
American Student Assistance
An unbiased nonprofit that provides neutral student loan information, ASA offers an honest look at student loans and provides advice to borrowers.
College Scholarship Services Profile
The CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE is an application distributed by the College Board in the United States allowing college students to apply for financial aid. It is primarily designed to give private member institutions of the College Board a closer look into the finances of a student and family. The CSS Profile asks questions about the financial status of the student and the student’s parents. The information the student gives in the CSS Profile is then sent to colleges or universities that the student specifies.
Mapping Your Future
A free resource for career, college, financial aid, and money management information. Our goal is to help individuals achieve life-long success by empowering students, families, and schools with web-based information and services.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) People who work in the public service sector for 10 years qualify for forgiveness on federal educational loans.
Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) are available from a variety of sources, often from schools, employers, states and the federal government. These programs can help you make payments on your educational loans.