College Loan Data

The average Bryan student graduates with $10,551 in student loan debt, which is $11,344 less than the average of $21,895 for students at private non-profit colleges nationwide.  Additional comparison data follows:  

Comparison Data1 (includes favorable ranking order on each factor)

College

Costs

Graduation Rate (%)

Loan Default Rate (%)

Median Borrowing

Average Ranking

Bryan

$15,337 (4)

56.3 (1)

7.3 (3)

$10,551 (2)

2.50

Covenant

$21,112 (7)

51.5 (2)

6.3 (2)

$12,055 (4)

3.75

Lee

$11,620 (2)

49.0 (4)

11.1 (4)

$19,500 (5)

3.75

Southern Adventist

$19,376 ( 6)

51.0 (3)

5.8 (1)

$19,500 (5)

3.75

Univ of TN Chattanooga

$12,730 (3)

39.5 (6)

12.1 (5)

$12,000 (3)

4.25

Tennessee Wesleyan

$11,585 (1)

43.7 (5)

13.1 (6)

$15,274 (7)

4.75

Tennessee Temple

$18,198 (5)

24.1 (7)

22.4 (7)

$10,500 (1)

5.00


Average Borrowing 2011 Graduates2

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College Scorecard website. Retrieved 6/5/13. Explanation of terms:

  • Costs: average net price is what undergraduate students pay after grants and scholarships (financail aid you don't have to pay back) are subtracted from the institution's cost of attendance.
  • Graduation Rate: percentage of full-time students who received their bachelor's degree within 6 years based on students who enrolled full-time and have never enrolled in college before. This may not represent all undergraduates that attend this institution.
  • Loan Default Rate: percentage of borrowers who defaulted on their Federal student loans within three years of entering repayment.
  • Median Borrowing: amount families borrow in Federal loans for a student's undergraduate study.

2 Bryan and local data from College Scorecard website. Other data from the Institute for College Access & Success that is reported here. Retrieved 6/5/13.