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A&M-Kingsville Ranked for Leaving Graduates with Low Levels of Student Loan Debt

Posted on Monday, November 13, 2017

In new studies released by The Student Loan Report, Texas A&M University–Kingsville was highlighted for leaving its graduates with low levels of student loan debt and for providing freshman undergraduates substantial amounts of financial aid.

The first report, dubbed Student Loan Debt Per Graduate by School by State, Texas A&M University–Kingsville was ranked #42 in Texas.

This means A&M-Kingsville graduates are entering the workforce with less student debt than their counterparts at other schools.

The report draws from Peterson’s Financial Aid dataset, covering the most recent student debt data from the Class of 2016.

Read the full report here: https://studentloans.net/debt-per-graduate-statistics-2017/

Texas A&M University–Kingsville also ranked #124 in the Top 250 Public Schools for Freshman Financial Aid report.

This report identifies which public colleges and universities freshman undergraduate students can expect to receive the most financial aid from. It draws from Peterson's Financial Aid Dataset, which provides financial aid data self-reported by the respective higher education institutions.

In short, A&M-Kingsville is one of the best in the country at helping its students financially.

Read the full report here: https://studentloans.net/public-schools-freshman-financial-aid-2017/

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