Open Line: Higher Education in Michigan, At What Cost?

Open Line: Higher Education in Michigan, At What Cost?

MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP - Unpaid student loan debt in the US totals nearly $1.5 trillion. Average debt for a newly minted Bachelor's degree recipient is about $30,000. What is the future of higher education financing and is Governor Gretchen Whitmer's plan for free community college a good idea? Join the conversation on the next episode of Open Line.

Guests:
-Christopher Trembley, Director of External Engagement, Michigan College Access Network
-Jack McHugh, Senior Legislative Analyst, The Mackinac Center for Public Policy
-Michael Hansen, Executive Director, Michigan Community College Association

LIVE Thursday, March 14 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Host:
Mark M Bashore

Viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions during the live program by calling 517.349.1232. Questions can also be asked on Twitter using the @HOMTV Twitter handle or on HOMTV's Facebook page.

WATCH LIVE on Comcast Channel 21 in East Lansing, Haslett and Okemos, HOMTV Facebook Live or www.homtv.net.

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