Quite a few of us have student loans and it may be a blessing in disguise. Sure it makes it possible for us to go to school without paying a full $120,000 up front, but it will be quite a bit more down the road. With high interest rates and other expenses involved with starting out in life, paying off the loads becomes a tough task. Students may be paying for student loans well into their careers preventing them from starting a family or buying a house. There are of course, debt consolidators popping up all over the place, but that seems like a small solution for an ever growing problem. What other possible solutions could there be in the future as more students go to college and federal loans are even more common?