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For-profit Colleges Leave Students with Higher Levels of Debt and Lower Graduation Rates

Monday, April 2, 2018
Whitney Barkley-Denney

A recent study by the Center for Responsible Lending finds nationally, for-profit colleges leave students with higher levels of debt and lower graduation rates, and often with no degree and no improvement in their job-outlook. Whitney Barkley Denney with the Center joined us in studio year to talk about their research and the need for greater state and federal protections to prevent predatory for-profit colleges from taking advantage of low-income students.