Topic: College Debt
Degrees of Debt
New Hampshire's college affordability crisis
University Employee Salaries
Use the search box below to find salaries and total compensation in calendar year 2011 for all employees of the university system, including those at UNH and Keene State, Plymouth State and Granite State colleges, and in the administration office. You can fill in some or all of the fields. The pay-related figures will return all results greater than the amount entered.
In this series
SundayWhat can be done to lower tuition in N.H.?
The Granite State ranks last in the country in supporting public higher education.
UNH Finance Major Joshua Marks is one of the lucky ones.
He landed a job right after graduation, but he's still $100,000 in debt and living at home with his parents.
Will legislators support more money for higher education?
Today's college graduates are putting off the American dream
New graduates are delaying buying cars and homes, getting married and having children - because of debt.
MondayUniversity of Maine froze tuition last year
Maine officials are trying to make a clear statement -- keep higher education affordable
UNH grad working part-time in restaurant with $30K in debt, few job prospects
Psychology major Mike Fillipon works as a cook in a Hampton seafood restaurant and hasn't had any luck finding career-related jobs.
What are colleges doing to help their graduates find jobs?
Todays graduates continue to leave college and struggle to find work. The business world, meanwhile, is worried it wont find skilled workers to fill open positions as the states workforce ages.
TuesdaySalaries contribute to rising costs
Three things have happened in higher education during the past 10 years: cuts to state funding, rising tuition, and growing salaries for university employees.
UNH grad says college degree was worth it, but debt burden looms large
Kelsey O'Neil took an non-traditional route to her English degree and still found herself $38,000 in debt after graduation.
WednesdayUNH grad, of Nashua, picked grad school over immediate career options.
When Andrew Cote turned the blue-and-white tassel from right to left on his black mortarboard two years ago, signifying his graduation from the University of New Hampshire, he already knew his days in school were not quite finished
College courses have been offered online for more than a decade, but the past two years have seen the concept gain more attention
Major colleges have signed up, creating paid and free coursework that some say could upend higher education.
SNHU on leading edge of online education
Plenty of industries have used the online world to cut costs and make their product a lot less expensive. Can colleges do the same?
ThursdayEx-banker backs reform of college costs
Stay Work Play program offers incentive to keep graduates in NH
College cost is top priority for many prospective students, parents at UNH
Does the quality of education out weight the cost?
UNH reports one of best fundraising years ever
As the cost of higher education increases around the country and the state, the University of New Hampshires fundraising also has grown.
Experts say collaboration needed to keep NH college costs down
Nashua financial planner shares tips for college spending
Todd Leo shares some of his best college savings and student debt management tips with The Telegraph.
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