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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - Students

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is an independent federal regulatory agency that monitors student loans and other financial services for consumer protection issues. Its articles outline the differences between federal school loans and private school loans, and an online tool allows you to compare financial aid offers so you can understand your financial commitments:

Differences between federal and private student loans. Read more at the CFPB website.
Which should you choose—private or federal student loans? Read more at the CFPB website.
Paying for College cost comparison tool allows users to compare college costs and financial aid offers for up to three schools at a time.

Visit: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - Students


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