University students are taking more debts of private loans than ever, with private loans now comprise almost 8 percent of all student debts, according to the Institute of Access to La College and the new Success Report on the class From the load of the student debt of 2020. The trend is mainly fed by an increase in private loans eliminated by undergraduate students.

Debt of private students, which comes from loans made by banks and other private lenders and lacks the protections of federal loan programs, was at a high time at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. Current students and graduates in the reimbursement showed approximately $ 136.3 billion in private student loans as of March, an increase of 47 percent of $ 92.6 billion in March 2014. And the private debt market increased almost a 50 percent since the academic year 2018-11 until 2018-19 academic year.

"It is not only the total amount of debt that students have those who cost, but also the types of debt students, because some types of debt can be more expensive, have higher interest rates and They also have fewer protections than the debt of the federal government, "said Oliver Schak, Director of Research of Ticas and a co-author of the report. "We found that, in some states, private debt can be quite common and private debt loads can be quite high."

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    Of the top 10 states with higher average private debt levels for the class of 2020, eight of them, more Washington, DC, were in northeaste-Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. Seven of those states and DC were also among the 10 main states with the highest general levels of average debt for the class of 2020. Meanwhile, students who attended the university in the western states tended to have a lower amount of Private debt and a smaller amount of student debt above all.

    There were also tendencies in the amount of private debt that students depended on the type of institution they attended. Students who graduated from private non-profit institutions tended to abandon the highest private debt amounts than those who attended public institutions non-profit. At 39 percent of private institutions included in the report, the proportion of graduates with private debt exceeded 15 percent, but the same was true for graduates in only 22 percent of public universities. The average number of debt that students in those borrowed exceeded $ 50,000 in 92 private colleges and universities, but in just three public institutions.

    It is not clear why the amount of private debt is growing, Schak said, to a large extent because private markets can be opaque and the analysis of ticas is based on voluntarily reported data. Cody Hounanian, executive director of the Crisis Center of the Student Debt, said he sees the data as highlighting the high cost of higher education. googleg.cmd.push (function () googleg.display ("dfp-ad-article_in_article");););

    "One of the important things for us is that student loan borrowers often have to use private student loans to complete the gap between which federal student loans and the enormous cost of the university," Hounanian said. "Even access to federal student loans combined with parental support, in many areas, it is still not enough to pay higher education, and that should only tell us that these costs have really shot and are out of control."

    The report notes, however, that 53 percent of university students who took advantage of private loans in 2015-16 did not achieve the amount of federal loans they could use to pay for college. And 30 percent did not eliminate federal loans at all, although that probable percentage

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