Student loan default rates analysis powerpoint

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Student loan default rates analysis powerpoint

  1. 1. Student Loan Default Rates Analysis Greater Pittsburgh Area Schools
  2. 2. Student Loan Default Rates By Type of Institution For Profit Private Public 2011 16.80% 4.33% 4.20% 2010 15.23% 3.93% 4.17% 2009 16.13% 3.30% 3.77%
  3. 3. Student Loan Default Rates By Type of Institution For Profit Private Public Avg 16.05% 3.85% 4.05%
  4. 4. Type of School Conclusion Private Institutions have the lowest amount of students that default on their student loans (3.85%) Private Institutions were very close with 4.05% For Profit ranked in with an alarming 16.05%
  5. 5. Student Loan Default Rates By School University of Phoenix Point Park University Devry University University of Pittsburgh 2011 14.30% 7.70% 16.40% 3.00% 2010 17.90% 6.50% 13.40% 2.90% 2009 18.80% 6.80% 14.20% 2.50% Robert Morris University Duquesne University Slippery Rock University Clarion University Art Institute of Pittsburgh 2011 3.70% 1.60% 4.10% 5.50% 19.70% 2010 3.30% 2.00% 3.40% 6.20% 14.40% 2009 1.80% 1.40% 3.80% 5.00% 15.40%
  6. 6. Specific School Conclusion Duquesne has the lowest amount of students who default on their loans (average of 1.67%) Robert Morris and Pitt were pretty low as well, 2.93% and 2.8%
  7. 7. Worst School 17% Student Loan Default Rate “The Harvard of Internet Colleges”
  8. 8. Worsts Schools Devry also had a very high default rate, 14.67% The Art Institute of Pittsburgh was very close to University of Phoenix with a 16.5%
  9. 9. Recap For Profit Institutions have a much higher rate of student loan defaults than Private and Public Institutions Duquesne has the lowest student loan default rate while Pitt and Robert Morris are also very low Internet Colleges appear to have a high default rate Out of the evaluated schools, Duquesne is the best choice when it comes to student loan default rates

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