Some Colleges Step Up to Ease Students’ Debt Burden – By  Douglas Belkin March 27, 2017 6:17 p.m. ET


About 100 mostly liberal arts colleges offer help with loan repayments to graduates

Natalie Dunn works inside a recording studio in Adrian College, Howell, Mich. The college junior says she picked the school for its offer to help with loan repayments.

Natalie Dunn works inside a recording studio in Adrian College, Howell, Mich. The college junior says she picked the school for its offer to help with loan repayments. |` Photo: Melanie Maxwell for The Wall Street Journal

Natalie Dunn works inside a recording studio in Adrian College, Howell, Mich. The college junior says she picked the school for its offer to help with loan repayments.Photo: Melanie Maxwell for The Wall Street Journal

When Natalie Dunn was a senior in high school, she was torn between two colleges—but only one offered anything close to a money-back guarantee.

So she picked Adrian College over the less-expensive Central Michigan University.

The private liberal arts school promised it would cover some or all of her student-loan payments depending on how much she earned after graduation, up to $37,000 a year in salary.

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