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About Sheryl S

Sheryl believes education should be designed to advance someones skill-set without being burdened with large amounts of debt. She writes on the topic of education and the impact it has on our society. She has been writing for Challengestudentdebt.com for a little over a year.

For-Profit Schools Over-Promising and Under-Delivering

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Over the past couple of decades, one thing that has certainly served to contribute to the current student loan crisis has been the prevalence of for-profit schools making pie-in-the-sky promises to students in order to get them to enroll and then bailing out on those assurances once they’ve received their tuition money.  A number of [...]

All I Got Out Of College Was Private Student Loans

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The reasons for going to college are different from one person to the next, but fundamentally, they almost always boil down to one thing:  people just want a better future for themselves and their families.  Whether that means that they are trying to ensure that they’re more financially secure or that they can go to [...]

I Didn’t Even Know I Had Private Student Loans

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For a lot of former college students, the maze of student lending can become so byzantine that it becomes very easy to lose track of the loans that you’ve taken out, who they were from and when they’re due.  Some graduates even find themselves in a bad position well after they’ve completed their schooling, based [...]

Victims Of Vocational Schools Rack Up Private Student Loans

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When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau put out a request for the general public to submit statements describing their experiences with student loan debt, one of the people who replied was actually a man who wasn’t carrying any student loan debt of his own.  Instead, he’s a consumer rights attorney from California who explained that [...]

The Real ITT

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ITT Technical Institute has built an entire business out of its claims that it is there to “change people’s lives.”  As a matter of fact, this for-profit college can honestly say that that’s what it’s doing, just not in the way that most of their students ever would have guessed.  ITT is now facing a [...]

I Graduated ITT With $90,000 in Private Student Loans

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Man Enrolls In ITT With High Hopes and Graduates With Crippling Debt and No Job Prospects One of the most common complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regarding student loans has to do with for-profit colleges that are accused of misleading their students and saddling them with huge private loan debt.  Not only [...]

Everyone Takes Out Private Student Loans

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A common refrain that some financial aid officers use in order to soothe those who are worried about borrowing money to pay for their education is, “Everyone takes out student loans.”  As if this somehow means that there’s no need to worry about whether or not you’ll be able to pay them back or [...]

Are You Being Threatened With Legal Action On Private Student Loans?

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If you’re facing legal action due to outstanding private student loans, it might serve as some small comfort to know that you’re not alone.  Thanks to the current state of the private student loan industry, a good number of students who took out loans in order to go to school are now finding that the [...]

American Career Institute Lawsuit

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Lawsuits for alleged fraud and deception for Massachusetts American Career Institute claim the school was intentionally deceiving in order to get students to enroll as well as to gain accreditation. From falsified signatures and attendance records to fake attendance records and transcripts, this school has been accused of a multitude of fraudulent activity in its [...]

University of Phoenix Under Fire From Student Veterans

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An advocate group for veterans who are working toward their degree has started a petition on Change.org titled “Students, Not Stadiums.”  Its aim is to make the University of Phoenix drop its multimillion dollar sponsorship of the Arizona Cardinals football stadium and spend the money on education instead. The Veterans’ Student Loan Relief Fund provides [...]

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