High Texas Student Loan Delinquency Rates Underscore Deeper Challenges
Wenhua Di and
Southwest Economy, 2017, issue Q3, 14-17
Texas student loan borrowers have lower debt balances but higher delinquencies than the national average. Debt loads have increased in recent years, further challenging Texas students, who are already more likely than their counterparts nationally to work while in school.
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