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By Kristen Kuchar

May 28, 2020 is hosting free webinars on student loans and financial aid. We want to help you make informed decisions on borrowing student loans, pursuing student loan forgiveness and managing student loan debt.

In addition to expert information, we also take time each webinar to answer questions from participants. Check out our upcoming webinars below and sign up now.

Student Loan Forgiveness 101

August 11, Tuesday, 4PM EST

Description: Join us as student loan expert Mark Kantrowitz runs through forgiveness options for student loans and what is needed to qualify for each of them.


Check Out Past Webinars Now

Student Loans & Coronavirus

Appealing for more Financial Aid

Student Loans 101 (Borrowing)

Student Loans 101 (Repaying)

Student Loans 101 (Overcoming Challenges During Repayment)

Paying for College During a Pandemic

How to Appeal for More Financial Aid

Impact of Coronavirus on Paying for College

How to Reach Your College Savings Goals with a 529 Plan

Student Loan Forgiveness 101

About the Speaker

Mark Kantrowitz is Publisher and VP of Research for, the most popular guide to saving and paying for college. Mark is an expert on student financial aid, 529 plans, the FAFSA, scholarships and student loans. His mission is to deliver practical information, advice and tools to students and their families so they can make smarter, more informed decisions about planning and paying for college.

Mr. Kantrowitz has been quoted in more than 10,000 newspaper and magazine articles about college admissions and financial aid. Mark has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Reuters, MarketWatch, Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Money Magazine, Forbes, Newsweek and Time Magazine.

Mark is the author of five bestselling books about scholarships and financial aid and holds seven patents. His most recent book is How to Appeal for More College Financial Aid.

Mark serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Student Financial Aid, the editorial advisory board of Bottom Line/Personal, and is a member of the board of trustees of the Center for Excellence in Education.

Mark has two Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and philosophy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a Master’s degree in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).

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