"It’s important for students to have clear, timely and actionable information about how much it costs to attend college and what options they have to cover those expenses, including loans, according to student advocates," U.S. News & World Report writes.
... "There is a drawback attached to Grad PLUS loans, according to Megan Walter, a policy analyst at the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. It is the loan origination fee, which is a percentage of your total loan amount charged to process your loan."
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Publication Date: 8/17/2022