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CHEYENNE — The percentage of University of Wyoming students defaulting on federal loans is well below the national average, while five of the state's seven community colleges have rates that are above average.
Student financial aid changed in several ways July 1.
HELENA — The proposed 2013 federal health, labor and education spending plan released Tuesday by Rep. Denny Rehberg, R-Mont., covers scores of programs and agencies. Here’s a quick look at some of the highlights in the proposal, which is before Rehberg’s appropriations subcommittee for a vot…
Kyle Goings completed classes at Montana State University Billings this spring and will student teach this fall. He will start paying on his student loans next summer.
CHEYENNE - The Cheyenne-based non-profit Wyoming Student Loan Association will suspend making new loans indefinitely starting in March as it eyes legislation that would put the government in charge of all federal student lending.
When Joe Godfrey, 31, went online to apply for a student loan recently, he found that the service, Next Student, wasn't taking any new loan applications.
Four lucky students got surprise scholarships earlier this semester, thanks to the Montana State University Billings Foundation.
Sullivan, right, looks over a simulated X-ray with Bargstadt.
GREAT FALLS - Schweitzer administration officials, members of student loan agencies' boards and state university regents agreed Tuesday night they have set the stage to work together better now, although some wariness remains.