Class of 2015 carves out (unwanted) spot in history -- as class with most debt in history

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Class Of 2015 Has The Most Debt In History

The class of 2015 is already carving out their spot in history ... though it's not for something anyone would ever want.

College students across the country are donning their caps and gowns and heading out to the real world. They're taking open minds, knowledge ... and a boat load of debt.

New analysis by Edvisors, a company dedicated to advising students on how to pay for higher education, finds that the class of 2015 has the most debt than any other class in history.

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Class of 2015 carves out (unwanted) spot in history -- as class with most debt in history

100.    University of Massachusetts-Lowell

Average SAT: 1130

99. Appalachian State University

Average SAT:1135

95. Georgia College & State University

Average SAT:1140

95. University of Houston

Average SAT: 1140

95. New Jersey Institute of Technology

Average SAT:1140

95. University of California-Santa Cruz

Average SAT:1140

84. University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Average SAT:1145

84. James Madison University

Average SAT:1145

84. University of Louisville

Average SAT:1145

84. University of Alabama-Birmingham

Average SAT:1145

84. Oklahoma State University

Average SAT:1145

84. University of Kentucky

Average SAT:1145

84. University of Cincinnati

Average SAT:1145

84. Arizona State University

Average SAT: 1145

84. University of Kansas

Average SAT:1145

84. Iowa State University

Average SAT:1145

84. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Average SAT:1145

81. Virginia Military Institute

Average SAT:1150

81.Florida International University

Average SAT:1150

81. George Mason University

Average SAT:1150

78. University of North Florida

Average SAT:1155

78. Salisbury University

Average SAT:1155

78. SUNY Buffalo

Average SAT: 1155

76. Christopher Newport University

Average SAT:1160

76. College of Charleston

Average SAT: 1160

69. University of Minnesota-Morris

Average SAT: 1165

69. University of Arkansas

Average SAT: 1165

69. LSU

Average SAT: 1165

69. University of Missouri

Average SAT: 1165

69. Michigan State University

Average SAT: 1165

69. University of Iowa

Average SAT: 1165

69. UC Irvine

Average SAT: 1165

66. Hunter College

Average SAT: 1170

66. University of South Florida

Average SAT:1170

66. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Average SAT: 1170

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64. Indiana University

Average SAT: 1175

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64. Pennsylvania State University

Average SAT: 1175

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62. University of Central Florida

Average SAT: 1180

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62. Texas A&M

Average SAT: 1180

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57. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Average SAT:1185

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57. University of Alabama-Huntsville

Average SAT: 1185

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57. University of Oklahoma

Average SAT:1185

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57. University of Alabama

Average SAT: 1185

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57. University of Vermont

Average SAT: 1185

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55. University of North Carolina Wilmington

Average SAT: 1190

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55. St. Mary's College of Maryland

Average SAT: 1190

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53. University of North Carolina - Asheville

Average SAT: 1195

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53. University of Delaware

Average SAT: 1195

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52. Purdue University

Average SAT: 1200

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48. Michigan Technological University

Average SAT: 1205

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48. University of South Carolina

Average SAT: 1205

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48. The University of Tennessee

Average SAT: 1205

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48. University of Colorado at Boulder

Average SAT: 1205

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44. University of Maryland at Baltimore County

Average SAT: 1210

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44. University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Average SAT: 1210

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44. Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey

Average SAT: 1210

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44. University of California - Davis

Average SAT: 1210

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43. University of San Diego

Average SAT: 1215

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42. Virgainia Tech

Average SAT: 1220

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39. California Polytechnic State

Average SAT:1225

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39;. Auburn University

Average SAT: 1225

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39. Florida State University

Average SAT: 1225

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36. CUNY Baruch College

Average SAT: 1230

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36. University of Connecticut

Average SAT: 1235

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36. University of Washington

Average SAT:1230

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34. The College of New Jersey

Average SAT: 1235

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34. North Carolina State

Average SAT: 1235

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33. University of Georgia

Average SAT: 1240

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30. Truman State University

Average SAT: 1245

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30. Miami University of Ohio

Average SAT: 1245

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30. Clemson University

Average SAT: 1245

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28. SUNY Stony Brook

Average SAT: 1250

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28. University of California - Santa Barbara

Average SAT: 1250

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26. University of Texas - Dallas

Average SAT: 1260

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26. University of Texas at Austin

Average SAT: 1260

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22. Missouri Institute of Science and Technology

Average SAT: 1265

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22. University of Minnesota

Average SAT: 1265

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22. University of Florida

Average SAT: 1265

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22. University of Wisconsin

Average SAT: 1265

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21. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Average SAT: 1267

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20. SUNY Geneseo

Average SAT: 1269

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19. University of Pittsburgh

Average SAT: 1270

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18. U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Average SAT: 1275

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17. U.S. Naval Academy

Average SAT: 1280

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14. The New College of Florida

Average SAT: 1285

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14. University of Illinois - Champaign

Average SAT: 1285

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13. University of California San Diego

Average SAT: 1290

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12. State University of New York at Binghamton

Average SAT: 1294

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11. Ohio State University

Average SAT: 1300

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10. University of North Carolina

Average SAT: 1305

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9. University of Maryland

Average SAT: 1310

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8. UCLA

Average SAT: 1320

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6.  Colorado School of Mines

Average SAT: 1340

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6. University of Michigan

Average SAT: 1340

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5. University of Virginia

Average SAT: 1355

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4. U.S. Air Force Academy

Average SAT: 1360

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3. College of William and Mary

Average SAT: 1365

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2. UC Berkeley

Average SAT: 1375

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1. Georgia Institute of Technology

Average SAT: 1385

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Students are steadily borrowing more money each year to pay for degrees that are getting more and more expensive. This year the graduating class will amount to $56 billion in student loan debt.

Policy Mic reports that the average student will be over $35,000 in debt after borrowing money for their bachelor's degree.

According to College Board, for the 2014-2015 academic year the cost for a moderate in-state public college is a little over $23,000 a year and around $46,000 for a private college.

Last year, Business Insider reported the most expensive college in the US is Sarah Lawrence in Bronxville, New York, with a tuition price of $65,480 a year.
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