February 3, 2017 by Josh Clemans
These visualizations compare the percentage of students that received federal loans at a given institution to tuition rates from the 2013-14 school year. The three separate visualizations showcase the variations between two-year and four-year institutions, as well as public, private for-profit, and private not-for profit institutions. The varying bubble sizes represent the total enrollment count at each institution. The data supporting these visualizations is from IPEDS.
Quickly identifying trends and correlations between tuition and federal loans among the various types of higher education institutions.