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Tue May 6, 2014
Paying For College In N.H.: Financial Aid & Student Debt
We continue our series “A Matter of Degrees” with how families finance higher education. With the price tag ever-rising, and grants scarce, students are shopping-around and cobbling together a variety of funding approaches. Often, that includes taking on more debt, but also re-thinking that traditional model of a four-year, on-campus College experience.
- Tori Berube – assistant vice president of College Planning and Outreach at the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation.
- Brian Gottlob – principal for PolEcon Research, a firm with a focus on economic and public policy issues. NHHEAF commissioned him last fall to put out a report on the student debt in New Hampshire.
- Elizabeth Keuffel – director of financial aid at St. Anselm College. She is also president of the New Hampshire Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
- Josh Sullivan – a junior at the University of New Hampshire and journalism/English major.
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