It's not easy to be a student in college these days. Rising costs coupled with fierce admissions competition can easily scare otherwise competent prospective students away. But if an individual is determined enough to go to college, he shouldn't have to face unfair costs.
Sallie Mae, one of the nation's largest student loan corporations, not only charges students interest on their loans once they graduate, but they also charge fees for delays of payments due to unemployment. This means that Sallie Mae is cashing in on recent graduates' misfortune not once, but twice.
We all know that a college degree doesn't guarantee anything nowadays. When a recent graduate has a hard time finding work, he shouldn't have to pay twice for factors he cannot control.
Write to Sallie Mae expressing your anger that it is preying on bright, innocent young people who are simply trying to better their lives!