Student debt: Oregon passes new law to make universities share ‘easy to understand’ debt data

When Allison Cloos graduated from Oregon State University in 2009, she entered the job market during one of the worst economic times in U.S. history with tens of thousands of dollars in student loans to her name.

She found a decent job at a restaurant and started making the $250 monthly loan payments. But she soon decided to pursue an advanced degree and put the loans on deferment.

Source: Student debt: Oregon passes new law to make universities share ‘easy to understand’ debt data | OregonLive.com