Location is a big factor. And closing down this semester cost universities billions.
Dan Rosensweig, CEO of educational tech company Chegg, predicts COVID-19 will dramatically change higher education as we know it.
But with high unemployment and economic uncertainty will students want to take on loans?
Heather Cantua Phillips owns more than both her parents combined, and that's put a strain on their relationship.
"Indebted" delves into how the college affordability gap defines middle class life in America.
Historically black colleges and universities employ local residents, engage with local businesses and churn out high-earning graduates who stay in the area, the report says.
The College Board is introducing an adversity score on the SAT.
New data from the Labor Department show more high school graduates enrolled in college last year than in 2017. Nearly 69 percent of 2018 high school graduates went to college, compared to 67 percent the year before. College enrollment has…
The average borrower will owe about $30,000 on student loans at graduation, which may delay homebuying or saving for retirement.