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Student Loan Pro Tip: Graduate On Time

Extra semesters spent in school can significantly increase any student loan debt that you will need to pay back in the future. Take extra care to plan your schedule and work hard to succeed in your classes so that you can graduate on time to help reduce the amount you may need to borrow.

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