Whatever you call it - a hobby vacation, learning trip or edu-cation - make the most out of your next vacation by learning a skill you can bring back home with you.
Social media services are getting into every part of our lives, so it makes sense to figure out how best to use them to get into college.
Just because a college has a high price tag doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t afford it. Many dream schools offer generous financial aid packages that significantly offset the cost of tuition.
Space is at a premium in college, but a little organization will make work and play much more efficient.
Before you shell out more than you can afford on a college textbook, here are five tips to help you save big.
To prepare students for a changing world, universities have to be as innovative as the industries they serve. Here are 10 of the newest majors for the future economy.
The presence of search engines like Google has changed the way we remember facts.
New data released by the U.S. Department of Education reveal that minorities and other disadvantaged students are receiving an education that’s vastly different—and worse—than their affluent counterparts.
The average college student must sacrifice more than $100,000 to obtain a four-year degree, but one new report says it's a better buy than investing that amount in stocks, bonds, gold or housing.
Studies show young consumers are often unaware of the most basic personal finance concepts, but a growing number of programs nationwide are working to change that. The question is what subjects do young people today need to know the most.