After graduation, if you have a loan, this certainly would be a burden to you later. You have to manage your debts to reduce your loan and pay more quickly.
If you take out a loan or a university student you should not have to spend all the allocated budget and trying to save as much as possible. Nothing wrong if you also take a part-time job if it is possible. That way you can reduce your debt burden or even pay off your debt when you have finished school.
In addition you can also participate in a work study program, as it allows you to get free financial aid or scholarships. Especially if you do not qualify for federal loan decision, or federal loans are not enough to pay for your college education.
Another way is to consolidate your student debt. You can combine all your debts into one new loan with a lower interest rate than the previous debt, and can be repaid each month with a grace period agreed upon by the financial institution or lender.
You should also not use the credit card used when you are a recent graduate, the focus is better to pay the first installment of the debt after getting a job. With these things above would be easy for you to get debt-free.