suck. ha. kidding. sort of.
they are manageable, sort of, as well. the key of the matter is to not get like 50K in them, like some people i know probably will end up having; that’s the danger of schooling and continuing your continued schooling.
http://www.aessuccess.org/ has some information on them and you may have to pay them back on this site, and http://www.youcandealwithit.org/ is another website for helping with student loans. also consider this: http://www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/, it’s a place where you can potentially find out the total damage. that was helpful (and sad) to me, but useful nonetheless.
luckily i don’t have to pay off my loans right now, paying off one tiny one of them, one payment, one month at a time, is hard enough with everything else. however, someday i will have a real job (no offense bux), and i will have mo’ money. but you know what they say…
anyway, at least they say school loans are the best type of debt to have. who knows. for now i just try to keep in school so i can prolong the avoidance of total inundation time. gulp.
life is good on the other hand- set up a doctor’s appointment, finished my coffee passport, and i got a care package from my mother.