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The Columbian
In Washington, average college debt is lower than most other statesWashington and Washington State University. For a longer-term perspective, it’
In Washington, average college debt is lower than most other states
The Columbian / Posted 12 days ago
Washington and Washington State University. For a longer-term perspective, it’s worth looking at the data compiled by the Institute for College Access and Success, which gets its data on student loans from the same source and publishes it as The... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Majority of Mississippi students in debtan average debt of $26,177. Alcorn State University students have the highest l
Majority of Mississippi students in debt
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 16 days ago
an average debt of $26,177. Alcorn State University students have the highest level of debt in the state, according to The Institute for College Access and Success, which found the class of 2014 owed an average of $34,725 upon graduation. Student... Read more
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Boston Globe
New FAFSA date offers chance to simplify aid filingwhich automatically fills in the online FAFSA form with the necessary tax infor
New FAFSA date offers chance to simplify aid filing
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
which automatically fills in the online FAFSA form with the necessary tax information, said Lauren Asher, president of the Institute for College Access and Success. “This really does simplify the aid process,” she said. Colleges are taking steps... Read more
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Bennington Banner
VSECU offers $15,000 to help lower student debtstudents repay the debt they incurred while seeking higher education," said VSE
VSECU offers $15,000 to help lower student debt
Bennington Banner / Posted 18 days ago
students repay the debt they incurred while seeking higher education," said VSECU's Rebecca Kelley. Research from the Institute for College Access and Success found that 65 percent of Vermonters hold student debt balances, with an average debt... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Millennials to Hillary Clinton: Inspire us or we won't voteat the voting booth. "College has become harder to afford," said 76 percent of
Millennials to Hillary Clinton: Inspire us or we won't vote
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
at the voting booth. "College has become harder to afford," said 76 percent of millennials polled in 2011 by Demos, the Institute for College Access and Success and Young Invincibles. And 62 percent of voters overall, according to a YouGov poll... Read more

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