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College costs -- United States, College students -- United States -- Personal finance, Student aid -- United States
Many students complete programs at for-profit colleges and launch new careers. However, many other students do not have such successful experiences, ending up without the career they envisioned and/or with large debts they cannot repay. This FAQ is designed to help prospective college students become better informed about student loans, particularly those used to finance education at for-profit institutions.
Research and Training Center for Pathways to Positive Futures, "Student Loans, For-Profit Colleges, and Traditional Colleges: Some Things You Should Know Before Borrowing" (2012). Social Work Faculty Publications and Presentations. 415.