Friday, January 22, 2016

Tuition task force looks at why UW students graduate with higher than average debt - PAT SCHNEIDER, The Capital Times

More University of Wisconsin System students graduate with debt than the national average, and they owe more money that the average U.S. college graduate, according to data to be presented Friday to the UW Tuition-Setting Policy Task Force. Seventy-four percent of UW System graduates carried student debt in 2014-2015, compared to 69 percent of graduates of public and non-profit colleges and universities nationally. UW graduates had an average debt of $30,650; nationwide that figure was $28,950.

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