In a new study released by The Student Loan Report, Mid-Atlantic Christian University was highlighted for leaving its graduates with low levels of student loan debt. The report dubbed Student Loan Debt Per Graduate by School by State, ranked MACU as #36 in the state of North Carolina.
“This recognition demonstrates the ongoing commitment of Mid-Atlantic Christian University to graduate the next generation of leaders without burying them in student debt,” commented Interim President John Maurice.
The report draws from Peterson’s Financial Aid dataset, covering the most recent student debt data from the class of 2016.
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