At Salt Lake Community College, 14 percent of borrowers who started repaying student loans in 2014 defaulted on those loans by the end of 2016, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.
The data includes two-year public colleges. The Federal Student Aid Office compiles data on schools receiving federal student aid who entered repayment on selected federal loans in the given fiscal year and defaulted before the end of the second fiscal year.
In total, two two-year institutions based in Utah reported 5,513 students entered repayment on student loans in 2014. And 762 – or 13.82 percent, above the national rate of 11.5 percent – defaulted on those loans
Utah 2-year schools with highest default rates
|Rank||School||City||Number of Borrowers in Repay||Number of Borrowers in Default||Default Rate (%)|
|1||Salt Lake Community College||Salt Lake City||5,050||729||14.4|
|2||Lds Business College||Salt Lake City||463||33||7.1|