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Who can I talk to about student loans?

Answer:

First, you should talk to your school’s financial aid office – they will have information about your federal student loan options.

To find out more information about private student loan options, you might first consult a local credit union or bank. You should also ask your school’s financial aid office to see if they have any lenders who offer special rates to their students. 


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