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2105, 2018

Find Your Student Loans

By | May 21st, 2018|Categories: Knowledge|

Find Your Student Loan If you are looking to start taking responsibility for your student loans, you have come to the right place. We’ve got the most straightforward and simple guide to help find your student loan information. Before going through this guide, it may be helpful to review the basics first if you need a refresher on student loan vocabulary. Know the Difference - Federal or [...]

1805, 2018

Getting Started With Student Loans

By | May 18th, 2018|Categories: Knowledge|

Get Started With Student Loans Learning about your student loans can be complicated, and outdated government websites don't make it any easier. Here at SponsrU, we strive to make student loan language as simple as possible. We've listed what we believe are the 20 most fundamental terms to start learning about your student loans. Understand these terms to take the first steps toward effectively managing your student [...]

1205, 2018

Kids Need To Take Out Their Own Student Loans

By | May 12th, 2018|Categories: Knowledge|

Kids Need to Take Out Student Loans Themselves During my senior year of high school, I paid little or no attention to the cost of higher education. It had been a foregone conclusion since my childhood that I would go to college. Yet, somehow I was never expected to consider the cost of attendance.  "I could pay off student loans with my high paying job that I would surely [...]

103, 2018

How Online Financial Literacy Responds to the Student Money Cycle

By | March 1st, 2018|Categories: Partner News|

From our friends at IGRAD.COM: “For students, between loan counseling and repayment lie years of shifting financial circumstances and outlooks. To secure their financial health during and after school a responsive and personal approach to financial literacy education is required.” […]

2102, 2018

The Student-Loan Problem That Won’t Go Away (via WSJ)

By | February 21st, 2018|Categories: Knowledge|

From The Wall Street Journal: "There's at least one big reason why the Trump administration and congressional Republicans are looking to revamp student lending: Delinquencies on student debt remain exceptionally high." Source: WSJ Click on the source link above to read the full article.

2102, 2018

Do we really know about our student loans?

By | February 21st, 2018|Categories: Student News|

Every year tens of thousands of students take out millions of dollars in student loans in order to pay for college. Unfortunately, most of us students don’t know nearly enough about our student loans and how they can affect our lives. Some of us know more than others and that’s great, but sadly, most of us aren’t even aware that six months after we graduate, we are responsible for [...]

2002, 2018

Speed Reading Simplified

By | February 20th, 2018|Categories: Knowledge|

How I Improved My Reading Speed and Comprehension As students, we read nonstop. Class, homework, emails, texting, papers all involve reading (the list goes on). Yet speed reading is a skill foreign to most of us. I believe lack of emphasis on practicing improving our basic reading speed is a huge failure of our academic system today. Think about it - if you could read twice as fast as [...]

2401, 2018

How Financial Literacy Platforms Help Colleges React To Changes

By | January 24th, 2018|Categories: Partner News|

From our friends at IGRAD.COM: “Financial literacy programs provide college students ways to navigate finances from higher education, but also helps schools easily react to and adopt changing regulations and updated information such as those in the proposed PROSPER Act.” […]

1611, 2017

The New Way To Look at Student Loan Debt

By | November 16th, 2017|Categories: Student News|

New Way To Look at Student Loan Debt The student loan industry is changing. Students and their families are no longer able to afford the debt obligations that come from purchasing a degree in higher education. The greed among corporate America and the big business of higher education has pushed the cost of attendance (and the cost of not attending) through the roof. Crowdfunding The Future SponsrU provides an opportunity for [...]


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