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In the past fifty years, tuition at both public and private schools has more than tripled, even after accounting for inflation.
Rising wages for entry-level positions may be luring young people who are opting to work instead of attend college. What might this shift mean for the workforce in the longterm?
The University of California is the latest public land grant university system to waive tuition for some Native American students. But tuition costs are just one financial barrier that keeps Indigenous people from getting degrees.
Aneesha Edwards has a full tuition scholarship but still expects to take on about $10,000 of debt every year she's in school.
The long road to a merit scholarship included 30 applications and 90 admissions essays.
If you don’t qualify for need-based financial aid, merit scholarships might be the answer.
In his new book, Jeff Selingo looks at how some colleges must compete for applicants, and why the COVID-19 pandemic could make this competition even tighter.
Students may not be getting what they signed up for, but they're unlikely to get their money back.
As tuition and the cost of housing rises, one university in Mexico is looking to provide a cheaper alternative.
A new study finds that the percentage of students from middle and higher-income families who take out loans to get a bachelor’s degree has more than doubled in the last 20 years.