Maine Commission to Study College Affordability and College Completion

"Maine is now 6th  in the nation for the highest average student debt with an average of $33,000 per student. This trend is startling and struggling Maine graduates deserve more than three months relief at a time. Renewed concerns about graduates’ ability to repay seems to be fueling the revival of the Maine Commission to Study College Affordability and College Completion. In July, Gov. Janet Mills signed the bill to reinstate the commission. This year they will focus on adult learners, reducing barriers to degree completion, and limiting the burden of student debt. Their report and recommendations are expected in January." Continuing reading the Bangor Daily News opinion piece here. Maine Commission to Study College Affordability and College Completion

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