The personal finance expert has made his mission to help people get on a sound financial footing.
Students risked disciplinary action at nearly 3,000 high schools in the first nationwide walkout for gun policy reform in March.
We are fighting for the heart and soul of our country today, the Super Bowl champion said.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has hired several industry insiders and frozen Obama-era regulations that would have increased protections for students.
It’s that time of year when college-bound students impatiently monitor their inboxes and mailboxes for a life-changing correspondence: financial aid award letters.
McDonald's, citing the new U.S. tax law and the tightening job market, is expanding its 3-year-old education benefits program, tripling the amount of money some workers can get each year to help pay for college or trade school tuition.
"Ask Brianna" is a column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out.
A group of former students defrauded by for-profit colleges is claiming in court that the Education Department illegally obtained and used their Social Security data to limit their student loan relief.
Despite the prospect of earning more money with a four-year degree, Raelee Nicholson would rather pursue a technical career.
College invites Sharia law advocate Linda Sarsour after attempts to suppress conservative Ben Shapiro
The University of Connecticut is under fire for welcoming Women's March organizer and Sharia law advocate Linda Sarsour to speak on campus after the college was accused of limiting access to conservative speaker Ben Shapiro.
The prospect of a tighter wage market may spook investors on Wall Street, but the CEOs of Oracle and Caesars Entertainment are bullish.
Graduate teaching assistants at private universities had high hopes 18 months ago when a federal labor board ruled that they had a right to collective bargaining, but after the election of President Donald Trump, some schools are taking another shot at halting the burgeoning unionization movement.
Princeton University students are fighting back after some of their peers demanded to remove Woodrow Wilson’s name from various buildings and facilities at the school because they say he was racist.
Columbia Business School students says startups are in and Wall Street is out.
College costs continue to move higher but just how big a tab you might pay depends on what state you live in. California’s Harvey Mudd University is the most expensive with tuition, and room and board costs totaling $67,255. Coming in second was New York’s Columbia University at $66,383 and Illinois’ University of Chicago was third at $64,965.
Saving for retirement is one thing, but many Millennials are burdened with paying back thousands in student loan payments after college. As first reported by FOXBusiness.com, Gradifi is one company that has designed a new benefit program for employees that helps pay down debt while they work called The Student Loan Paydown Plan.
A new startup called Gradifi is helping employers pay down their employees' tremendous amounts of student debt.
With more than 27,500 open internships across the U.S., according to Glassdoor data, now is the time for college students and young professionals to apply to summer internships. But how can you make sure you land a great internship where you’re doing real world versus just fetching coffee?
Law students in Iowa may soon be able to skip taking the bar exam and start practicing law right after graduation—as long as they stay in the state.
College students who still aren’t sure what they want to be when they grow up have a new tool at their disposal to help show them their return on a college investment.