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Financial Basics: A Money-Management Guide for Students

Knox, Susan. (Ohio State University Press, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2343.32 .K66 2004

Financing College: How Much You'll Really Have to Pay and How to Get the Money

Kiplinger's Personal Finance. (Dearborn Trade, 2005)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2337.4 .F566 2005

Financing College: How to Use Savings, Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Loans to Afford the School of Your Choice

Davis, Kristin. (Kiplinger, 1996)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2337.4 D39 1996

Getting Through College Without Going Broke

Fives, Theresa and Holly Popowski. (Prentice Hall, 2005)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2343.32 .F58 2005

Paying for College without Going Broke

Chany, Kalman A. and Geoff Martz, foreward by Bill Clinton. (Random House, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2337.4 .P744 2004

Sallie Mae How to Pay for College: A Practical Guide for Families

Tanabe, Gen S., and Kelly Tanabe. (SuperCollege, LLC, c2005)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2337.4 .T367 2005

Take Control of Your Student Loans

Leonard, Robin and Shae Irving. (Nolo, 1997)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2337.4 .L46 1997

Taming the Tuition Tiger: Getting the Money to Graduate--with 529 Plans, Scholarships, Financial Aid and More

Kristof, Kathy. (Bloomberg, 2003)
McNichols Campus Library
LB 2342 .K75 2003

Chapters in Books

Deal with Your Debt

Weston, Liz Pulliam. (Pearson, 2006)
HG 3755 .W44 2006

The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke

Orman, Suze. (Riverhead Books, 2005)
McNichols Campus Library
HG 179 .O7576 2005

"Making the Grade on Student Debt", Chapter 4.


Debt-Free Graduate : How to Survive College Without Going Broke

Baker, Murray.

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The Student Loan Scam: The Most Oppressive Debt in U.S. History, and How We Can Fight Back

Collinge, Alan.

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Federal Perkins Loan Program

U.S. Department of Education.

Sallie Mae

The largest private student loan provider..


Best Deals on Student Loans

Clark, Jane Bennett. Kiplinger's Personal Finance. (v. 61, 7, July 2007, 76-79)
McNichols Campus Library

"The article offers tips on getting the best deals on college student loans in the U.S. Robert Shireman, executive director of the Project on Student Debt advises students and their parents to go with federal loans first because they are easy to apply for and carry a fixed interest rate. Gary Carpenter, a certified college planner says that after the Perkins, the Stafford is the loan that students and parents can consider. They can also apply for Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students. INSET: Ways to borrow LESS."

Abstract EBSCO Business Source Premier, 12/8/07

Shrink Your Loans

Kountze, Elizabeth. Kipplinger's Personal Finance. (v. 60, 2, February 2006, 95-96)

"The article focuses on the assistance programs in the U.S. that repay student loans inn exchange for work in underserved areas. The recruitment process for public-interest jobs is described. It relates the experience of psychologist Brian Petrovich. Renai Rodney, a lawyer who gives free legal advice to low-income housing tenants, gives remarks on her experience."

Abstract: EBSCO Business Source Premier


Marketplace Money: Consolidating Student Loans 3/28/08

Marketplace/American Public Media/ National Public Radio.

Julia L. Eisenstein

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