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July 6, 2016

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Clinton proposes $350 billion college affordability plan

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton answers questions after announcing her college affordability plan, Monday, Aug. 10, at the high school  in Exeter, N.H.


August 10, 2015

WASHINGTON— Calling for a "new college compact," Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday unveiled a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt. At a town hall meeting in New Hampshire, the state with the highest average student debt in the...

Mish. College sees small, big benefits with loan promise

In this Dec. 9 photo, students walk on the mall at Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. The small, private Michigan college has got a deal for you: Make at least $37,000 a year after graduating or else the school will pay all or part of your loan. Adrian College has taken out an insurance policy costing about $1,100 on each student starting with this year’s freshmen. The idea is to eventually help graduates who might want to go into fields like social work, and also ease incoming students’ “sticker shock” when they see the $40,000 annual cost of the education before financial aid is factored in.

Jeff Karoub, The Associated Press

December 27, 2014

ADRIAN, Mich. — When it came time to pick a college, Abby Slusher leaned toward a private school near her southeastern Michigan home for the small campus and class sizes. Her mother pushed Adrian College for another reason: A new program guaranteeing every graduate would make more than $37,000 or get...

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