104 Institutions With Consecutively High Default Rates

The following schools and colleges had three-year default rates of 30 percent or more for borrowers who started repaying in the 2009 and 2010 fiscal years, according to data released on Monday by the U.S. Department of Education. Penalties would kick in after three straight years of rates at that level. See related articles: "Student-Loan Default Rates Continue Steady Climb" and "In a Decade, Default-Rate Hammer Has Hit Just 2 Dozen Times."

Name State or Country 2010 Cohort Default Rate 2009 Cohort Default Rate
Jay's Technical Institute Tex. 58.1% 52.6%
Centura College Va. 53.4% 54.5%
Jarvis Christian College Tex. 50.6% 37.5%
Pennsylvania School of Business Pa. 49.4% 35.1%
Memphis Institute of Barbering Tenn. 49.0% 55.5%
CC's Cosmetology College Okla. 48.3% 32.9%
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