US News and World Report recently named the colleges where the students have the most 2010 graduate debt. Eastern Nazarene College in Massachusetts topped the list with Ohio Northern University coming in second.
The Report has more:
Among the 1,028 ranked institutions that submitted this data for 2010 graduates, an average of nearly 68 percent of students took out loans.
Graduates of private institutions like Princeton University and Alice Lloyd College leave schools with little to no debt thanks to campus jobs, scholarships, and grants. In contrast, 2010 graduates of Eastern Nazarene College who borrowed funds averaged more than $50,000 in loans, putting the college atop the list of 10 schools with the highest total indebtedness per student. Eastern Nazarene is one of three Massachusetts schools on the list.
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