A new report attempts to get to the bottom of why student debt is so high among New Hampshire colleges and universities.
The report’s conclusion?
There is no one single answer.
The report, commissioned by Granite State Management and Resources, cites several key reasons, including the lack of low-cost public colleges.
Research Brian Gottlob says New Hampshire also has a higher average income, which leads to families receiving less need-based aid.
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