NASFAA Mention: Students Speak Out About Struggles After Large For-Profit Schools Close Their Doors

"Going to college can be life changing," ABC Action News reports. "For many students, that means studying something they enjoy, getting a degree in that subject and then chasing the American dream. But for others, pursuing a higher education can turn into a nightmare."


"Rules for debt relief have changed with the presidential administrations.

That's where organizations like the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators step in. NASFAA says it's helped more than 6,000 students at 30 closed institutions across the country apply to the department of education to get their student loans canceled."

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Publication Date: 3/19/2020

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