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10 Best Public Colleges, Lowest Debt at Graduation

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As prices continue to outpace inflation at both public and private colleges, it's no surprise that two-thirds of college graduates end up borrowing to help pay for their college education. In 2011, student borrowers graduated with an average of $26,600 in student loans, according to the Project on Student Debt.

These ten schools from our 2013 list of best values in public colleges offer academic quality as well as enough financial support to help students earn their diploma while keeping student debt manageable. Four of the schools on our list get students to graduation day with an average debt of less than $15,000.

10 Best Public Colleges, Lowest Debt at Graduation
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