Rosemont College Recognized for Limiting Student Debt
Rosemont College is proud to announce the school has been recognized by the Student Loan Report for limiting student debt among graduates.
Rosemont’s average student loan debt per graduate was one of the lowest in Pennsylvania at $25,567 per borrower, coming in at #28 in the state out of the 91 schools that were analyzed.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by the Student Loan Report,” said Sharon Hirsh, PhD, President of Rosemont College. “An affordable education is a priority for us, which is one of the primary reasons why we lowered our tuition by almost half in 2016.”
The Student Loan Report analyzed student loan data from the 2016-2017 academic year using Peterson’s Undergraduate Database to examine student loan debt at more than 1,000 four-year private and public colleges and universities nationwide.
Student loan debt is $1.52 trillion in the United States, the second highest consumer debt behind mortgage debt.
“We have maintained our commitment to keep Rosemont affordable and accessible to families through Our Tuition Promise,” said President Hirsh. “We are proud to have reaffirmed that promise for the 2018-2019 school year.”
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