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The days where you could pay for all your college tuition with the earnings from a part-time summer job are long gone. Nowadays, things are a bit different: According to Forbes, the cost of college has risen an average of seven percent per year since...

A week after two separate lawsuits were filed by 19 state attorneys general and a group representing students accusing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos of breaking the law by delaying protections for student loan borrowers, a coalition of more than 50...

As Education Secretary Betsy DeVos moves forward with her plan to review the federal government’s policy regarding sexual assault and harassment on college campuses, the acting head of the Department’s Civil Rights division is now apologizing for...

This is a very troubling survey from the Pew Research Center. It shows that 58% of Republicans now believe that colleges and universities have a negative effect on the country, while only 36% say they have a positive effect. It hasn't always been lik...

Dozens of new gun laws take effect July 1.Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal speaks during a press conference, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014, in Atlanta. CREDIT: AP Photo/Branden CampGeorgia officially ended a gun ban for college campuses Saturday, the Associated P...

College is expensive but if you want to cut cost one way to go about it is Community College. Tuition is usually cheaper then it is at a state or private school, and you can always go for a couple of years and transfer later. Your savings will vary d...

Many high school students get part-time jobs to help pay for expenses or start saving for college. In her book Make Your Kid a Money Genius, author Beth Kobliner suggests students shouldn’t work more than 15 hours a week, though, citing a Universit...