New Program Helps UE Graduates Pay off Loans

The two biggest concerns of college graduates are finding a job and finding a way to pay off student loans.
The two biggest concerns of college graduates are finding a job and finding a way to pay off student loans. Starting next Fall, students at the University of Evansville will have a new way to pay off all that student debt.

The university introduced its Loan Repayment Assistance Program. Graduates who don't get a full-time job paying more than $37,000 a year will get a quarterly check to pay off loans.

UE President Thomas Kazee says it will take some of the focus off those student loan payments and let students focus on their career.
Page: [[$index + 1]]
comments powered by Disqus

"Like" Eyewitness News on Facebook to get realtime local news updates in your Facebook feed!

Follow Eyewitness News on Twitter to get up to the minute local news coverage in your timeline!

Find local businesses, restaurants, classifieds, and activities happing across the Tristate!

Sign up here to receive mobile alerts for school closings, severe weather, and more!

Share your photos and videos with the Eyewitness News team!