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Senate Bill Freezes Student Loan Rates for Two Years to Provide Time for Comprehensive Reform
The Institute for College Access & Success - May 15, 2013
New legislation (S. 953) introduced by Senators Jack Reed and Tom Harkin, along with Majority Leader Harry Reid and nine other senators, prevents interest rates on subsidized student loans from...
House Bill Doesn’t Stop Student Loan Interest Rates from Doubling
The Institute for College Access & Success and the Education Trust - May 10, 2013
Under a new House bill, interest rates on certain federal student loans will nearly double by 2016 and more than double by 2017, not just on new loans but on all loans issued this coming school...
President’s FY14 Budget Good for Current Students; Raises Rates for Future Students
The Institute for College Access & Success - April 10, 2013
President Obama’s fiscal year 2014 budget proposal is a mixed bag for students. The most important good news is that it fully funds Pell Grants, which help more than nine million students attend...
New Report Finds Many Low-Income College Students Do Not Get Cal Grants
The Institute for College Access & Success - April 8, 2013
The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS) and more than a dozen other student, civil rights, business, and college access organizations today released a new analysis of how Cal Grants...
Senate Budget Makes College Affordability a Priority; House Budget Slashes Pell Grants and Student Loans
The Institute for College Access & Success - March 19, 2013
The Senate’s fiscal year 2014 budget resolution, which the full Senate is expected to vote on this week, invests in our nation’s families and economy by focusing on college affordability....
House FY14 Budget Proposal Makes College Less Affordable
The Institute for College Access & Success - March 12, 2013
As students and families across the nation struggle to keep up with college costs and pay off their student loans, the House Budget Committee’s fiscal year 2014 budget would make college even less...
TICAS Recommends Big Changes to Pell Grants, Student Loans, Tax Benefits
The Institute for College Access & Success - February 12, 2013
The Institute for College Access & Success issued a white paper calling for major changes to the way federal student aid is applied for, allocated, delivered, and communicated, as well as to how...
New Federal Rules Will Help Keep Student Loan Payments Affordable
The Institute for College Access & Success - November 1, 2012
The U.S. Department of Education issued final regulations that will help many more federal student loan borrowers lower their monthly payments and avoid default. Final rules for the new...
Average Student Debt Climbs to $26,600 for Class of 2011
The Institute for College Access & Success - October 18, 2012
Two-thirds of college seniors who graduated in 2011 had student loan debt, with an average of $26,600 per borrower. Meanwhile, unemployment for young college graduates remained high at 8.8 percent...
Required for Nearly a Year, Many College Net Price Calculators Still Hard to Find, Use, Compare
The Institute for College Access & Success - October 3, 2012
This report examines the state of net price calculators nearly a year after almost all U.S. colleges were required to post them on their websites. These online tools are supposed to help consumers...
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