AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Maine's Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection is offering a new publication covering all aspects of financing a college education.
The 60-page "Downeaster Common Sense Guide to Student Loans" outlines different ways to pay for higher education, including scholarships, grants, loans and other financing methods. The seven-chapter publication also includes a glossary of terms students and other things parents should know.
The free guide is available on the bureau's website, www.credit.maine.gov, or by calling the bureau at 1-800-332-8529.
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