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States where for-profit colleges have the lowest student completion rates

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Mike Kennedy | American School and University
Robin Howarth

Students attending for-profit colleges continue to be less likely to graduate than their counterparts at public institutions, the Center for Responsible Lending says. The center has analyzed government data that show students from for-profit higher education institutions carry more debt regardless of whether they graduate, and they default on that debt at higher rates.