Support 'College For All'

With more than $1.4 trillion in student debt holding back Americans of all ages and backgrounds, the time has come for a change. Instead of cutting Pell Grants, unleashing debt collectors, dismantling public education, and forcing faculty to rely on public assistance, it’s time for a plan that offers students, faculty, borrowers, and families the support they need.

We’re ready for the College For All Act to give students—past, present, and future—an equitable path to a college degree, a debt-free future, and return higher education to the public.

This petition has a goal of 100000 signatures
226-250 of 80884 signatures
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80659 1 year ago Rebbecca Shipton Meredosia , IL
80658 1 year ago Anonymous NY
80657 1 year ago Donna Dascenzo Streetsboro , OH
80656 1 year ago Anonymous Lakewood, CA Refinancing existing graduate loans will not be enough. Those are the real debt chunks. Also current graduate students should have their previous undergraduate loans forgiven.
80655 1 year ago Anonymous Frederic, WI
80654 1 year ago elaine zarro clinton, CT please its a travesty, sending my kids to college biggest mistake i ever made
80653 1 year ago Valery Balconis Johnson City, NY
80652 1 year ago Alexandra Mook Toledo, OH
80651 1 year ago Anonymous South Bend, IN
80650 1 year ago Sarah Bendix Fort Collins, CO
80649 1 year ago Sean Cofield Carmichael, CA
80648 1 year ago Amanda Umhoefer Parsippany, NJ
80647 1 year ago Anonymous Getzville, NY
80646 1 year ago Theo Pollack West Orange, NJ Preserve the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
80645 1 year ago Bruce Eggum Gresham, WI
80644 1 year ago Angela Campos NJ
80643 1 year ago James Garcia Youngstown, OH
80642 1 year ago James Garcia Youngstown, OH
80641 1 year ago Kevin Coe Woodbridge, VA
80640 1 year ago Brenda Womack San Diego, CA
80639 1 year ago Javier Pinzon West Warren, MA
80638 1 year ago Eliza Still SC
80637 1 year ago Phillip Daniels Hyattsville, MD
80636 1 year ago Anonymous Phila, PA I'm afraid I'm going to have to choose having a family or paying 8 percent on my students loans for a master's degree in teaching (other people's children).
80635 1 year ago Mary-Margaret Stockert Coos Bay, OR
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