Three quarters of 2015 college graduates will leave school with debt, owing an average of $35,000 in student loans and, based on my highly scientific gut instinct, like 90% of these graduates are flipping out and need to calm right down.
I don’t care how many news stories you see about recent grads defaulting or becoming delinquent on their student loans like, a year after graduating or dropping out, that’s not going to happen to you because of what I’m going to briefly cover in this post – stuff that should have been covered in financial aid counseling, but is apparently easy to miss or forget, otherwise people wouldn’t be defaulting so quickly. If you read this post and do as I suggest, I promise you will never become delinquent or default on your student loans.
Or tweet (admittedly hilarious) things like:
If you’re a recent graduate that’s freaking out about how much you owe in student loans and have no idea where to start, this post is for you.