Heavy presence for Ohio colleges on student loan default lists
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Sifting through student loan default data released last month by the U.S. Department of Education, Quartz has compiled two lists of colleges and universities with the largest increases in their three-year default rates. Ohio has six schools in each of the two top-20 lists.
For large schools — those with at least 5,000 students entering repayment in 2011 — the largest increase from last year was 14%, by Lansing Community College in Michigan. For small schools, with at least 1,000 students entering repayment in 2011, Central New Mexico Community College topped out at 18.3%.
For-profit schools were excluded from Quartz’s analysis.
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