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Author(s):NASFAA
Title:The credit crunch and student loans: Don't react before getting the facts
Source:http://inpathways.net/crunchfacts.doc
Date:2008
Organization:NASFAA
Short Description:This handout is designed to reassure students who are worried about how the credit crunch will affect their ability to borrow student loan money to pay for college.
Annotation:This handout is designed to reassure students who are worried about how the credit crunch will affect their ability to borrow student loan money to pay for college.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Borrowing/Student Debt
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Financial Aid

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