One, from Fox Business, is headed Survey: Students Fail the Credit Card Test, An excerpt:
So should college students reduce their credit card debt by increasing student loans? Maybe not. The Wall Street Journal reports To Pay Off Loans, Grads Put Off Marriage, Children. Here's a paragraph from that report:
Most students get little help from colleges in choosing loans or calculating payments. Most pre-loan counseling for government loans is done online, and many students pay only fleeting attention to documents from private lenders. Many borrowers "are very confused, and don't have a good sense of what they've taken on," says Deanne Loonin, an attorney for the National Consumer Law Center in Boston and head of its Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project.