90% of HBCUs Meet Federal Loan Default Standards, Two HBCUs In Jeopardy of Losing Financial Aid Access

More than 90% of historically black colleges and universities eligible for federal funding are below the U.S. Department of Education’s threshold for student loan default rates, based upon three-year repayment data.

It is the first year since 2015 that HBCUs did not post a 100% compliance rate with graduates and former students successfully starting the …

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