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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.
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