Category Archives: Student Debt

Student Loan Rates are set to increase on July 1st unless Congress takes action.

Education is something that people not only value, but cherish. Coming July 1, 2013, however, it will be less accessible to every current student and prospective student—that is unless Congress acts immediately. As of now, there are about 37 million … Continue reading

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A Message About Student Debt and People Power

I am a student at the public university with the highest student debt in Missouri: $27,300. Students in my university and across the state are hurting because of the massive student debt they accrue in order to get a education. … Continue reading

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UMSL students debut documentary on student debt

Last Tuesday, as part of the Student Debt Film Festival, students from Dr. Hoagland’s class presented their short documentary,  “How the Debt Crisis Impacts UMSL.” Cate Marquis of UMSL’s The Current reports on the documentary debut here.

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