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Recent Data Reflects Low Default Rates on Student Loans
Earlier this fall the U.S. Department of Education released the official Fiscal Year 2014 three-year student loan default rates. This rate reflects borrowers from Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2016 who defaulted on their student loans. Mercy College is proud of the low student loan default rate.
Lori Edgeworth, Vice President of Enrollment and Strategic Planning, explains the importance of a low loan default rate and how Mercy College is committed to an affordable education. “We take great pride in this incredibly low student loan default rate as it reflects how in-demand Mercy College graduates are,” Edgeworth said. “Our students find employment and can repay their loans. Additionally, we are committed to keeping tuition affordable. Mercy College’s tuition is among the lowest of Ohio’s private colleges and universities and often comparable to public universities. The low loan default rate demonstrates the value that an investment in a Mercy College education provides.”
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