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There's no doubt that the coronavirus has swept through the entire world and upheaved the course of how businesses and educational institutions operate forever.
Whether you're still in college or paying off your student loans, there's not a single area that coronavirus hasn't changed.
This is why we have committed to offering you the best and most up to date information regarding how colleges will proceed going forward and how to manage your student loan debt.
We're answering all your questions and keeping you in the loop.
In the meantime, our team at College Life Today extends well wishes for safety and well-being to you and your loved ones.
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