College graduates cope with the debt that follows
Some are consumed with regrets.
Some say they would do it again in a heartbeat.
For this generation of college graduates, it’s the norm to finish school with nearly $30,000 in student loans.
Nationally, seven in 10 go into debt to reach graduation day. In Minnesota, half borrow more than $31,000, according to a study released last week. For some, it’s a lot more.