Are you burdened with debt from New School College of Performing Arts?
College of Performing Arts, is part of The New School, New York City, NY.
The New School announced its establishment in fall of 2015 as a major rebranding of certain arts schools the school had. The measure combining the music, jazz and drama schools into a College of Performing Arts.
The New School also announced the relocation of most of the performing arts it ran to Arnhold Hall at 55 West 13th St., where the School of Jazz had occupied two floors since 1986.
Student loans in the United States are spiraling out of control, which is great news for former students. Programs have now opened allowing students to find relief from their student loans obtained at these high cost of tuition colleges. If you attended New School College of Performing Arts, call (877) 515-0185 to see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness. We can also assist you with your private student loans.
New School College of Performing Arts and a History of Problems
Ranked Amongst Colleges With Most Student Debt
According to National Reports, New School College of Performing Arts is ranked in the top 50 universities in the United States as having students with some of the highest student loan debt upon graduation.
How Does It Work?
Call (877) 881-9373 or fill out the form below.
One of our representatives will look at your loans and determine the best programs for you based on your specific case.
Start enjoying lower monthly payments and full or partial loan forgiveness!
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