What Medical Schools Are Doing to Reduce Student Debt

What Medical Schools Are Doing to Reduce Student DebtThe rising cost of higher education makes affording medical school tough for the vast majority of students. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, 75 percent of medical students who graduated in 2017 borrowed student loans to pay for school. Among U.S. medical school graduates who borrowed, those who attended public institutions finished their degrees with nearly $ 170,000 on average in student loans, according to data submitted to U.S. News by 52 ranked schools in an annual survey.



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