News and Updates
What's new at South Carolina Student Loan?
Press Releases - Learn about the latest news and events at South Carolina Student Loan.
- 08/28/2012 - SC Student Loan's Interest Rate is Now Even Lower on Alternative Education Loan
- 01/07/2010 - SC Student Loan Announces Lower, Fixed Interest Rate Private Education Loan
- 07/20/2009 - SC Student Loan's Statement on Student Loan Legislation
- 06/24/2008 - State Treasurer and SC Student Loan Partner to Ensure Higher Education Access
- 04/01/2008 - SC Student Loan Elects to Temporarily Suspend its Federal Consolidation Program
- 09/19/2007 - SC Student Loan Lowers Default Rate
- 09/17/2007 - SC Student Loan donates $3 million for academies at Palmetto Priority Schools
"The Guide" - View our newsletter for guidance counselors.
- Fall 2010 - This issue features: 'When is a Private Loan Better than a Federal PLUS Loan?" "Applying for College: The Paper Trail," "Managing Time," "More Questions for Choosing a College," and "Financial Aid Glossary."
- Spring 2010 - This issue features: "Going to School? Need a Loan? Need a Friend? Get a PAL!" "Forgiveness Sake! You could be eligible for loan forgiveness," and "Ten Questions Parents Should Ask When Considering a College."
- Fall 2009 - This issue features: "Write the Essay!" "SC Personal Pathways to Success," "College Goal Sunday," "A Gold Mine of Information: College Fairs," and "Now and Zen: Five Simple Steps to Relaxation."
- Winter 2009 - This issue features: "It's FAFSA Time," "Quick Tips for Completing the FAFSA," "Understanding the Student Aid Report," "College Goal Sunday," "College Goal Sunday Locations," and "Making Sense of FAFSA Terms."
- October 2008 - This issue features: "The Challenge," "TEACH Grants," "Default Rate," and "SC Pathways."
- August 2008 - This issue features: "TEACH Grants," "Funds Available," "Federal Loan Amounts Increase," and "Financial Aid Nights."
Interest Rates – View our current interest rates for student loans.
Critical Subject and Critical Geographic Areas – These lists for critical subject and critical geographic areas can be used to determine eligibility for forgiveness in the South Carolina Teachers Loan program.
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