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Document Number: 6982

Dealing With Debt: 1992–93 Bachelor’s Degree Recipients 10 Years Later - Student loans have become an increasingly important source of financial aid for college students. The first part of this report describes the undergraduate borrowing patterns of 1992–93 bachelor’s degree recipients and their graduate enrollment and additional borrowing through 2003. The second part examines the repayment of undergraduate loans for bachelor’s degree recipients who had no additional degree enrollment, providing details on how many had finished repaying their loans by 2003, who were still repaying and how much, what their debt burden was, and how they had managed their Stafford loan repayment over the 10-year period. (Susan P. Choy, Xiaojie Li and C. Dennis Carroll, National Center for Education Statistics, June 2006) ...

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