Alas, not so.
Do you know what you're getting into when you sign up for a student loan? With a student loan, you can, before you're even able to buy beer legally, radically change the course of your life for decades, dramatically limiting your options for future career and family choices.
The time to talk to a consumer law attorney about financing your education is before you take out that first loan. It's not enough to ask your parents or the college's financial aid office. You need to speak with someone objective, someone who hasn't been seeing you as a future Nobel Prize winner since you were drooling on their shoulder, and someone who doesn't see you as a $100,000 revenue source.
If you've already taken student loans, you can consult the Student Loan Borrower Assistance website for information about your options and your rights. (And if you have not yet taken out a student loan, you should still visit the SLBA site, if only to get an idea of the kind of problems that others have run into and to find out what kind of reputation the lender you are thinking of using has.)