Florida ranked 43rd out of 50 states for the amount of debt per student borrower in the class of 2015, with borrowers owing an average of $24,181. This is $4,000 less than the national average and about $12,700 less than the average for student borrowers in Connecticut, which ranked first in the country.
Florida ranked 43rd out of 50 states for the amount of debt per student borrower in the class of 2015, with borrowers owing an average of $24,181. This is $4,000 less than the national average and about $12,700 less than the average for student borrowers in Connecticut, which ranked first in the country. John Amis AP
Florida ranked 43rd out of 50 states for the amount of debt per student borrower in the class of 2015, with borrowers owing an average of $24,181. This is $4,000 less than the national average and about $12,700 less than the average for student borrowers in Connecticut, which ranked first in the country. John Amis AP

Why student debt in Florida is lower than most states

August 10, 2016 08:47 PM

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