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Higher Education: Students Have Increased Borrowing & Working to Help Pay Higher Tuitions
Joseph J. Eglin, Jr., Charles M. Novak, Benjamin P. Pfeiffer, & Dianne L. Whitman-Miner. Tuition increased 234% in 4-year colleges & universities from 1980-81 through 1994-95, in contrast to median household income, which rose 82% during this period. This report analyzes working & borrowing patterns among postsecondary students through literature review & data from the U.S. Dept. of Education & other sources. Addresses: changes in recent years in the percentage of students who borrow & the cumulative amount of their borrowing; changes that have occurred in the percentage of students who work & the number of hours they work; & factors affecting undergraduate work & borrowing patterns. Tables.
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