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Originally published July 3, 2014 at 12:56 PM | Page modified July 3, 2014 at 3:03 PM

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Find your college’s default rate

This interactive chart shows the amount of federal loans and federal Pell grants that students at Washington public, private and for-profit colleges received in 2012-13, and the percentage of students receiving loans in previous years that defaulted on their payments.

Loans listed here are for undergraduate students. The federal government issues two types of undergraduate student loans: subsidized, which are given based on need; and unsubsidized, which are available to students regardless of need. Unlike loans, Pell grants do not have to be paid back.

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To use this chart: Click on a bar to see detailed loan and grant information for each institution. You can also sort by college, city, type and default rate by clicking the column headers. You may also search or filter by college type at the top.

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Source: Office of Federal Student Aid with the U.S. Department of Education

Note: "N/A" means the information was not available. Some Washington state colleges did not have federal student loan data listed. For those, the '2012-2013 LOANS v. GRANTS' column lists grant information only.

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