Jane Lynch Launches Finance Center Initiative For College Students

Despite the hilarious character Jane Lynch plays on television she knows that college debt is no laughing matter.

Jane Lynch who plays Sue Sylvester on FOX’s hit show Glee unveiled the National College Finance Center website (www.collegefinancecenter.org) at a news conference in New York City yesterday. The National College Finance Center is a free, first-stop, unbiased resource to help educate students, prospective students and families all across the country on how to evaluate their options for financing a college education.

At the press conference, Ms. Lynch explained: “I really jumped at the opportunity to support this initiative because it is something that has affected my family. I have a ten-year-old daughter who will be going to college in eight years as well as nieces and nephews who are dealing with student loans right now.”

The main principles of the National College Finance Center website are:

  • To provide the best resources and ideas for a higher education finance plan
  • To take maximum advantage of available grant and scholarship options
  • To minimize debt accrued in acquiring a college education
  • To understand that all student loans are not created equal
  • To understand important repayment strategies that will save money and stress

For more information visit www.collegefinancecenter.org

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