Report: 9.5% of Florida Institute of Recording, Sound and Technology students repaying loans are in default

By Local Labs News Service | | Dec 14, 2018


Out of 115 Florida Institute of Recording, Sound and Technology students repaying loans in 2015, 11 were in default, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

That gives the proprietary school in Orlando a default rate of 9.5 percent for that year – 12.7 percentage points lower than in 2014 and 21 points lower than in 2013.

Florida Institute of Recording, Sound and Technology had 13 fewer students in default in 2015 than in 2014 and 7 fewer than in 2013.

How many students are in default at Florida Institute of Recording, Sound and Technology?
Year
School enrollment
Total students in default
2015
257
11
2014
217
24
2013
82
18

Florida Institute of Recording, Sound and Technology default rates by year
Year
Students in default
Students in repayment
Default rate
2015
11
115
9.5
2014
24
108
22.2
2013
18
59
30.5

Source for all tables: U.S. Department of Education

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