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Students who attend historically black colleges and universities borrow student loans at higher rates and, consequently, graduate with substantially higher debt than their peers attending non-HBCUs even though HBCUs cost less. But federal policy changes could help HBCU students lighten their debt load, according to a new report, "Fewer Resources, More Debt: Loan Debt Burdens Students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities", released by UNCF's Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute. Read more in the February issue of the monthly newsletter "Invest in Better Futures."

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