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Author(s):College Board
Title:How the borrowing process works
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Organization:College Board
Short Description:This article explains student loans in the U.S.
Annotation:This article explains how student loans relate to the larger system of financial aid in the U.S. In particular, the article differentiates between subsidized and unsubsidized student loans.
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Associated Keywords:
Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Borrowing/Student Debt
College and Career Planning (for Students)

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