A new analysis found that private and public universities in New England tend to burden students with the most debt upon graduation.
In general, the cost of living is more expensive on the east coast and students are not only concerned with paying high tuition costs, but also paying for all other living expenses.
According to the analysis, Bryant University in Rhode Island was the most expensive, with students borrowing an average of $54,067 a year; at Dominican University of California, students were borrowing $52,559. Meanwhile, students at Texas’ University of the Incarnate Word borrowed the least, with an average of $3,909.
At Ivy League schools, students actually borrowed relatively little money as the students are either wealthy or their financial needs are being met almost entirely by the university if they are low-income.
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