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College price hikes appear to be moderating

First Published Oct 23 2013 01:24PM      Last Updated Oct 23 2013 07:30 pm
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— New Hampshire and Vermont had the highest published in-state tuition and fees at both four-year and two-year institutions. Wyoming and Alaska had the lowest published in-state tuition and fees at a four-year institution, while California and New Mexico had the lowest in-state among two-year schools.

— In 2012-2013, $238.5 billion in financial aid was issued to undergraduate and graduate students in the forms of grants from all sources, Federal Work-Study, federal loans and federal tax credits and deductions. Also, students borrowed about $8.8 billion from private, state and institutional sources.

— About 60 percent of students who earned bachelor’s degrees in 2011-2012 graduated with debt, borrowing a total of $26,500 on average.



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Online: http://www.collegeboard.org/

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