Collins: Help today's college students as we did for previous generations
The Palm Beach Post -

When I speak on college campuses, I ask students to write the amount of debt they anticipate graduating with on a slip of paper.In a recent class of 25 undergraduates at Boston College, just eight will graduate without debt, either because of full scholarships or family wealth. For the rest, an imposing debt looms — $40,000 on average, but with six reporting more than $150,000.Can you imagine being 22 and having $150,000 in debt? This is generational abuse. [

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