Student Loans: How Do I Pay Them Back?



If you just received your college diploma, you are most likely among the many graduates with tens of thousands of dollars in federal student loan debt. That means in about six short months, whether you have a job or not, you’ll have to start making repayments. As the average 2016 graduate with debt has about $37,000 in student loan debt, it is understandable that you’re stressed—that much debt is hard to fathom! Before you have a breakdown, or even if you already did, know that there are many options to give you flexibility when repaying your loans. Let’s take a look at a few of your possibilities.

Congratulations, Spartan Grads!



To all of the 2016 MSU graduates, congratulations — we wish you the very best as you prepare to embark on your next journey! Whether you’re staying in East Lansing or moving across the world, make sure your financial institution allows you to easily navigate your finances after college.  

What's Next? A Guide for Life After College



You turned in your last project, took your final exam, and now, all you have to do is prepare to walk across a stage for your diploma. So, what’s your plan after graduation?