Do you remember walking to your first college class? The buildings in front of you held so much potential—the opportunity to learn new things, meet new people, and grow in knowledge of yourself and your chosen major.
Four years later (or so . . . ahem) you graduated.
And as you walked across the stage, posed for a picture, and looked out over a room of applause you no doubt experienced a familiar excitement for the future. Only this time you weren’t limited to just your campus. You could do whatever you wanted to do and go wherever you wanted to go!
The world was yours for the taking! That is, of course, until you got your first student loan bill.