Princeton Review senior VP Rob Franek on how to find ‘free money’ to pay for college.
UC Berkeley Chancellor Nick Dirks and Harvard University president Drew Gilpin Faust and EdX president Anant Agarwal discuss the value of a college education and tuition costs.
LaborsDear Dr. Don,I need some advice on financing college expenses. I am 70 years old, working part time to help two grandchildren with college. One is an 18-year-...
Frustrated by the lack of affordable college options at home, American students are increasingly looking beyond our borders for ways to get an education without jeop...
Sen. Lindsey Graham on Budget, Syria
Teisha Powell on what this means for students who would prefer to go with a private lender over a federal loan
President Barack Obama on Thursday proposed a plan to tackle soaring U.S. education costs with a new system that judges colleges and universities on their financial ...
Sen. Tom Coburn on the tentative deal reached to reverse the doubling of student loan rates.
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk and Edvisors.com Senior V.P. Mark Kantrowitz debate whether student loan rates should double.
Independent Women’s Forum’s Sabrina Schaeffer, former Clinton Senior Advisor Richard Socarides and political consultant Ryan Girdusky on federal government workers getting out of the student loan rate hike.
TopColleges.com founder Steve Goodman and conservative activist Ron Myers on the rising costs of a college education.
Advice from Jonathan Hoenig
Thanks to sequestration, scholarships for children of troops who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan are being cut by thousands of dollars
Chairman of House Budget Committee explains proposal
Still no response for delay of defect repair
With the average cost of a four-year public university sitting above $20,000, affordability is becoming a major hurdle for students and their families. Every expert ...
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on why Republicans should focus on the youth vote.
Campus Consultants President Kal Chany on the different types of financial aid for college.
President Obama sent his nearly $4 trillion budget proposal for 2015 to Congress on Tuesday, a blueprint that he says will expand "opportunity for Americans," and it...
No one disputes that college affordability and accessibility are increasingly becoming an issue for students and their families. What's not as clear is how to combat...