Student Loan Company Offers Students a Chance to Win a $1,000 Scholarship

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Federal Student Loan Solutions, an Arizona based higher education loan company is offering students of the upcoming 2007-2008 school year an opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship.

Federal Student Loan Solutions, a higher education loan company established in Tempe, Arizona, is offering students a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship for the upcoming 2007-2008 school year.

Eligible student can enter the contest using the form at The winner will be selected in a drawing held on February 23, 2007. Local radio personality Bruce Jacobs will reveal the winner's name during his show on the Phoenix, Arizona KFYI radio station.

"Due to the positive response we have received from student borrowers and their parents on our products and services, we are in a position to give back to the community," says Daniel Rivera, President, Federal Student Loan Solutions.

This month is a critical time for scholarship applicants, as numerous scholarships and grants reach their deadlines. Part of the contest's design is to encourage students to submit their financial assistance applications early, as late applications are unable to make claims.

Federal Student Loan Solutions offers this contest opportunity during a time of rising tuition for higher education across the nation. As an example the Tempe-based Arizona State University increased the tuition for resident students by over 39 percent during the 2003-2004 school year and has another expected tuition increase for the 2007-2008 school year.

"With the continuing increase in tuition we just wanted to do our part to help a student lower their expense," says Rivera.

Federal Student Loan Solutions continues to provide students across the country with the very latest information, advice, and assistance relating to student loan consolidation, financial aid, and money for college.

About Federal Student Loan Solutions:

Federal Student Loan Solutions is a privately held Arizona corporation specializing in Federal and Private education funding, education debt restructuring and loan rehabilitation, for students and parents of students. For more information, visit or call 1-888-347-8833.


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