TOLEDO, Ohio - The University of Toledo is being recognized for having the lowest student loan debt among the state's public colleges.
According to a recent analysis of student debt by LendEDU, the average student debt borrowed for UT's class of 2016 was $24,437. That's ranks among the lowest among Ohio's public colleges and university and 121st nationally.
UT also has the lowest per credit hour undergraduate tuition and fees of any Ohio research university and the third lowest of any major public university in the state.
“Keeping a University of Toledo education affordable is a commitment we have made to our students and their families, and this study confirms we are keeping that promise,” UT President Sharon L. Gaber said. “When you consider the positive impact a UT degree has on a graduate’s social and income mobility, we are delivering an exceptional value to our students.”