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Arizona Students Default More Than US Average on Student Loans

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Students at Arizona colleges and universities are defaulting on their student loans at a higher rate than the national average, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Education.

The study found that 14% of students at Arizona postsecondary schools who were scheduled to begin paying their loans in 2013 were in default by the third year of repayment. Arizona’s default rate was tied for seventh-highest in the nation.

The overall U.S. default rate was 11.3%. (See the default rates for all 50 states.)

The study looked at more than 6,000 postsecondary schools in the nation and 98 in Arizona, including private, public and proprietary (for-profit) schools. Among the largest in the state by enrollment, default rates were:

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