Well, well, well, the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) report has come out and it seems like there has been a 4.1 percent registration increase. That's some serious growth there, folks. But wait, there's more! Apparently, Hannibal-Lagrange University couldn't handle all the demand and had to start dismissing students left and right. Yikes, talk about a party foul. In an effort to save some moolah, the school has decided to implement a 'virtual Friday' schedule. That's right, ladies and gents, they're cutting gas costs by letting students stay in their jammies and attend classes online. Who said college wasn't innovative?
The relief of student debt could be one of the most significant shifts in federal policy for higher education in decades.
Buchanan, Executive Director of the Alliance of Student Loan Services, which represents 95 percent of loan servicers, has raised concerns about the potential impact of debt relief on the student loan industry. He believes that the administration's focus should be on improving the current system rather than offering blanket debt relief.
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