On a less surprising note, SoFi’s data reflects that student debt continues to rise. The biggest increases were found at Wharton, where SoFi’s clients saw their average debt jump from $113,676 to $127,740 in just the past year alone. They were followed by Dartmouth Tuck (+$13,081), U.C.-Berkeley Haas (+$12,450), and Stanford (+9,955).
by: Jeff Schmitt on December 03, 2016 | 4 Comments 12,726 ViewsDecember 3, 2016
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