College endowments had a less-than-banner year in 2015. However, these 10 schools won’t be pleading poverty anytime soon.
A new study indicates that parental debt impacts a child’s well-being — for better or worse depending on what kind of debt it is. Here’s the low-down.
Student activists have discovered a federal law that sat dormant for two decades. Now, thousands may be on the way to having student loans forgiven.
The soaring cost of a degree has decreased enrollment at many colleges, but some schools are now offering a variety of deals. Find out more.
In rapidly growing numbers, college admissions officers are researching potential students on social media. Here’s how it could affect your applications, for better or worse.
The Empire State has launched the country’s first income-based student loan repayment program. Find out how the program works and who can benefit.
All but two U.S. states have reduced higher-education funding since the recession. Find out which states are holding the line.