Objects in Mirror

How are you paying for college?

Posted at 7:11 AM on October 25, 2008 by Julia Schrenkler

MPR Public Insight Journalism Analyst Michael Caputo keeps a close eye on education, and opened an online discussion about student loans:

Most college graduates walk out not only with the sheepskin but with loans to pay for that education.

But how has that changed as the economy has tanked and jobs are getting scarcer?

We at Minnesota Public Radio are asking people in our Public Insight Network the question about college costs in these trying times. We'd like to hear from you.
Caputo shares some feedback he's already received, but the discussion is already starting yielding some interesting replies:
"My student loan debt will be here when my grandkids go to college. There is a high price for education today." - Robin D.
What about your student loans, or your plans for future generations?

Join the online discussion: It's so heavy, it's my student loan
Reply privately to MPR: How are you paying for college?

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