Feb. 28, 2018
Choosing a college isn’t just about picking the best campus or most inspiring professors — it’s also an investment in your future.
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LendEDU, a platform for student loan refinancing, calculated which colleges had the highest pay shortly after graduation and the lowest student loan debt.
Harvard’s financial aid and prestigious reputation set grads up for success.
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This historically black college in Dallas caps student debt at $10,000 and requires students to work while in school in exchange for a grant.
The Webb Institute has just 98 students and one program — a double major in naval architecture and marine engineering — so it’s not for everyone.
Newman is a Catholic liberal arts school in Wichita, Kansas. It’s small, with just 2,535 undergrads.
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This Ivy League school has extremely generous financial aid but a low acceptance rate — just 6% as of fall 2016.
Another Ivy League school, Princeton also offers generous financial aid, and 82% of seniors graduate debt-free.
Nicknamed “Hard Work U,” this Christian college has no tuition and requires all students to work on-campus jobs.