Student Loans

President Biden Hits Pause on Student Loans One More Time


The Biden administration on Tuesday announced it will extend the freeze on federal studentloan payments to June 2023. This is the eighth extension since March 2020. Visit for more information Secretary Miguel Cardano tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the U.S. Department ofEducation is extending the student loan payment pause until there’s a resolution in thelawsuits against the […]

Billionaire Robert F. Smith Pledges to Pay Morehouse Graduates’ Student Loans

Billionaire Robert F. Smith Pledges to Pay Morehouse Graduates' Student Loans

The 396 men who graduated from Morehouse College over the weekend have a lot to be happy about thanks to Robert F. Smith. Visit for more information Smith, the billionaire investor who founded Vista Equity Partners and became the richest black man in America, announced that he’ll be paying off the student debt for […]

New York Governor Passes Free Tuition At Public Colleges For Low-Income Students

NewYorkGovernorPassesFreeTuitionAtPublicCollegesForLow IncomeStudents

New York has just been cleared to become the first state offering free college tuition for families that earn no more than $100K per year. Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced this plan back in January after analyzing the state’s budget with lawmakers. Visit for more information The budget was approved this past Saturday [April 8th] […]

Sallie Mae Facing A Major Lawsuit

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The company formerly known as Sallie Mae is now Navient Corp. and currently the country’s largest student loan company. Visit for more information The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is now suing Navient for allegedly misleading students, bungling payment processes, and cheating borrowers out of lower repayment rates. The lawsuit was filed on Wednesday by the […]