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Author(s):The Institute for Higher Education Policy
Title:The future of private loans: Who is borrowing and why?
Short Description:A national publication which "examines recent developments in the private loan industry, characteristics of private loan borrowers, and trends that might impact the growth of private loans in the future."
Annotation:A national publication which "examines recent developments in the private loan industry, characteristics of private loan borrowers, and trends that might impact the growth of private loans in the future." The report draws on recent financial aid data and information from finance professionals to offer "the most comprehensive look at private loans within the student lending industry." The authors consider the implications of the increasing use of private loans for students, many of whom may not be aware of the distinctions between these loans and other forms of aid.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
Financial Aid, Affordability, Tuition, and Costs

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