Clinton's Tuition Free Proposal: Would it Work and What Would it Mean in California?

11/18/2016; 59 minutes

Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton proposed that all public colleges and universities be made tuition-free for students from families with incomes of up to $85,000 initially, rising to $125,000 by 2021. Clinton also promised a three-month moratorium for all federal student loan borrowers on repaying their debt, during which time borrowers would get help refinancing their loans or moving into income-driven repayment plans. According to her campaign, 80 percent of American families would be able to avoid tuition at public colleges and universities under the plan. Recorded on 10/26/2016. (#31657)

Links & Resources

More Programs With

 

SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES
Subscribe to receive email notifications about featured videos.
(c)2019 Regents of the University of California. All right reserved. Terms and Conditions of Use.