As tuition and the cost of housing rises, one university in Mexico is looking to provide a cheaper alternative.
One-third of students don't borrow. Some of them would qualify for federal loans, but want to enter the job market debt-free.
This fall saw college applications go out, and for some lucky students, early admissions letters came in. If students accept, the contracts are binding. The rest of the applicants? They have to wait until the spring to find out their fates. But increasingly, colleges have a second round. Click the audio player above to hear […]
An unlikely consequence of Trump's immigration policies? Declining enrollment at U.S. business schools
International students are increasingly looking to business schools outside the U.S.
Pam Palme, a nurse anesthetist in Colorado, shares her story of going back to school to pursue nursing.
Since Corinthian Colleges collapsed last year amid allegations of fraud, the Education Department has discharged $247 million in student loans.