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The Higher E ducation Student Debt Poster Campaign Each poster is 10” by 7.5” Print six to a page and hand out as squares Put your organization contact info on reverse Print onto business cards Put on buttons and hand them out Make into stickers Leave on department front desks.

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The Higher Education

  • Student Debt Poster Campaign
  • Each poster is 10” by 7.5”
  • Print six to a page and hand out as squares
  • Put your organization contact info on reverse
  • Print onto business cards
  • Put on buttons and hand them out
  • Make into stickers
  • Leave on department front desks
why does college cost 440 billion a year nationally what are we paying for
Why does college cost $440 billion a year nationally? What are we paying for?
  • Professors who make on average $109, 000 a year when lawyers, to compare, make $91, 000 a year
  • Professors who work 200-400 classroom and office hours a year when lawyers work 1960 courtroom hours a year (both do prep)
  • Professors to have a paid year off every 3-7 years
  • Additional part time professor substitutes (paid only $3000 a course)
  • 70% are instructors and not professors (1975 43%)
  • Teachers with no training in teaching, grading or curriculum
  • 84 non-faculty workers for every 1000 students (1976 only 42)
  • High failure rates. 1/4-1/3 of freshmen drop out or fail
  • Sports programs. 99+% don’t pay for themselves
  • Only 5 football teams in the nation make a profit
  • Professors to conduct research
  • 20% student representation in institutional governments
  • Academic senates which support a definition of academic freedom which denies students fair grading standards
  • Educational purchases with no instructions on how to use constitutional, civil, contract and consumer rights in the educational setting

The average student in America has $30, 000 in debt after their undergrad Stats by Hacker, Dreifus, 2011 Endorsed by J. Steiglitz Chief Economist World Bank and Nobel Laurate

where does my tuition go
Where does my tuition go?

To classrooms?

Old ass projector

Cancer lungs

chalkboard

My ass hurts seats

where does my tuition go1
Where does my tuition go?

You can’t find my grade?

To administration?

Yes, I checked the website

I didn’t receive

the packet

Transcripts cost $5.00?

where does my tuition go2
Where does my tuition go?

To the campus?

Sports & Athletics

No free

parking

Frames for the

hall of professors

Sprinklers aimed into walkways

where does my tuition go3
Where does my tuition go?

To student events?

School mascot

Volunteer student band

“free” Hot dogs

where does my dorm fee go
Where does my dorm fee go?

Comfortable facilities?

Plug in

internet

Vintage decor

Audio porn through paper thin walls

Spooge stained mattress

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Grad students av outstanding credit card debt balance for 2006 was $8,612, up 10% from 2003 (Nellie Mae)

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Student loan debt has been growing exponentially since 2002 (NY Fed, Bureau of Economic Analysis).

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In 1940 only 25% of the population had a high school diploma or higher

  • In 2009, 88% of the population has a high school diploma or higher, 55% has some college., 30% has a bachelor’s degree or higher (US Census bureau)
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The national student loan debt is at one trillion

  • It grows %2, 854 per second
  • Americans owe morein student debt than in credit card debt
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Average cost of a wedding is $24,000

  • 42% of us adults with student loans still have a balance, the same as the average student loan
  • 21% (age 35+) of US adults with student loans still have a balance
  • 47% (age 35-44) of adults with a student loan still have a balance of $20, 000
  • 34% (age 45-55) with a student loan still have a balance of $20 000
  • In 1987 10% of people delayed marriage because of student debt
  • In 2002 10% delayed marriage because of student loans
  • Average of marriage was 27.7 for men and 25.5 for women, in 2012 this was 28.7 for men and 26.5 for women
  • (forbes.com, profam.org, cuponcabin.com, businessweek.com, investopedia.com)
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30% of whitepeople in the us are employed full time right now

  • 25% of Americans of color are employed full time
  • 11% of white people and 11% of americans of color are unemployed and not looking for work
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Student loan debt $870 bill

  • Auto loans $730
  • Credit cards $693
  • 39% of student loan borrowers are under 30
  • 26.9% of student loan borrowers are 30-40 yrs
  • 17% of borrowers are 50+
  • Average student debt in 2009-10 was $17, 371
  • Average student debt in 2000-01 was $12, 849
  • (NY Fed reserve, Inst for College Access & Success, McClatchy-Tribune)
american student debt by state highest to lowest dc 30 000 ut 13 000
American Student Debt by StateHighest to lowest (DC $30,000, UT $13,000)
  • Alabama
  • Michigan
  • Indiana
  • Mass.
  • South Dakota
  • Idaho
  • Wisconsin
  • Missouri
  • South Carolina
  • Oregon
  • Nebraska
  • North Dakota
  • Florida
  • North Carolina
  • Colorado
  • Nevada
  • Louisiana
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Arizona
  • Wyoming
  • Kentucky
  • Hawaii
  • Utah
  • DC
  • Iowa
  • Connecticut
  • New York
  • New Hampshire
  • Minnesota
  • Pennsylvania
  • Vermont
  • Rhode Island
  • Maine
  • Alaska
  • Ohio
  • Kansas
  • West Virginia
  • Mississippi
  • Tennessee
  • New Jersey
  • Illinois
  • Virginia
  • Texas
  • Montana
  • Oklahoma
  • Washington
  • Arkansas
  • Maryland

Average 4 yr debt: public $20,000, private non-profit $27,500 and private

for profit $33,000 debt per borrower (DC $30,000 / Utah $15,000)

  • Source: Wall St. Journal, Fed. Reserve, Project on Student Debt, US Dept. of Ed.
american student debt by state of students graduating with debt per state
American Student Debt by State% of students graduating with debt per state
  • 50% Maryland
  • 48% Florida
  • 55% N. Carol
  • 50% Colorado
  • 40% Nevada
  • 49% Louisiana
  • 48% California
  • 55% Georgia
  • 45% Arizona
  • 48% Wyoming
  • 57% Kentucky
  • 37% Hawaii
  • 41% Utah
  • 51% Alabama
  • 59% Michigan
  • 61% Indiana
  • 62% Mass.
  • 79% S. Dakota
  • 67% Idaho
  • 64% Wisconsin
  • 69% Missouri
  • 54% S. Carolina
  • 61% Oregon
  • 67% Nebraska
  • 70% N. Dakota
  • 49% DC
  • 73% Iowa
  • 63% Conn.
  • 65% New York
  • 70% New Hamp.
  • 72% Minnesota
  • 71% Penn.
  • 60% Vermont
  • 69% Rhode Isl.
  • 62% Maine
  • 60% Alaska
  • 66% Ohio
  • 59% Kansas
  • 73% West Virginia
  • 53% Mississippi
  • 49% Tennessee
  • 66% New Jersey
  • 58% Illinois
  • 58% Virginia
  • 62% Texas
  • 70% Montana
  • 54% Oklahoma
  • 58% Washington
  • 57% Arkansas

States are in order from highest to lowest average student

debt per borrower (DC $30,000 / Utah $15,000)

Source: Wall St. Journal, Fed. Reserve,

Project on Student Debt, US Dept. of Ed.

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Number of retirees who had social security reduced because they were behind on student loan payments

  • 2001 22, 000
  • 2012 115, 000 (US Dept of treasury)