Professor Deb Licht teaches a statistics class at Pikes Peak Community College’s downtown campus. Student loan borrowers across Colorado Springs owe an average of $21,979 — about $6,400 less than the national average loan debt of $28,400.
Professor Deb Licht teaches a statistics class at Pikes Peak Community College’s downtown campus. Student loan borrowers across Colorado Springs owe an average of $21,979 — about $6,400 less than the national average loan debt of $28,400.

Colorado Springs colleges are actively helping students avoid loan debt disasters, saying the strategic planning they offer benefits not just their graduates, but the city as a whole. Grants, scholarships, campus employment, financial workshops and guidance on using loans are all on the table, as institutions help students work out how to fund their education. […]

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