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The SAT gets a makeover

Feb 27, 2013
The country's best-known standardized test is remaking itself once again as it comes under pressure from colleges and competitors.
Posted In: college, SAT

College rules the day at Oyler School

Feb 5, 2013
Putting students on the path to higher education starts early at Oyler.
Posted In: Oyler School, college

A new topic for your college admissions essay: Money

Jan 11, 2013
College admissions officers say that more high school seniors than usual are writing their college essays about money issues.
Posted In: college, college admissions

Cleveland area tries to create a college-going culture

Nov 30, 2012
Ohio's Cuyahoga County will start a college savings account for every kindergartener.
Posted In: cleveland, college, college savings, Education

Pushing for a $10,000 college degree

Nov 27, 2012
Colleges and universities are on a quest for a cheaper college degree. But not everyone gets a bargain.
Posted In: college, Florida, college tuition

College grapples with value of arts education in tough times

Nov 23, 2012
Baltimore art school looks to reduce costs as applications fall.
Posted In: Maryland, Arts, Education, college, Food trucks

Report: Student debt up five percent

Oct 18, 2012
A report out this morning says college students are leaving school ever deeper in debt. Students graduated last year owing more than $26,000 on average -- up five percent from the year before.
Posted In: student debt, college

Paying for school when you're already in debt

Oct 12, 2012
When you pursue higher education with a big debt load weighing you down, it can be hard to figure out how to manage your scarce resources and still achieve your goals.
Posted In: debt, college, student debt, medical costs

S.C. governor pushes college funding reforms

Oct 11, 2012
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley says state college funding should be tied to graduation rates and whether grads get jobs.
Posted In: college, South Carolina

Small college Grinnell weighs big changes to financial aid

Oct 8, 2012
Grinnell is a very small liberal arts college in Iowa with a very big endowment: $1.4 billion. Why the financially sound institution is looking at how to control future costs.
Posted In: college, college tuition, Tuition, financial aid

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