A survey suggests admissions officers feel pressure to recruit students who can pay.
As the cost of a college education keeps rising, simple savings accounts just don't cut it.
The college application process is stressful enough without having to worry about whether you’re being scammed. To make the process easier, MainStreet offers a few tips on how families can spot and avoid financial aid scams.
As college students return to campus and the tuition bills start rolling in, they may be considering a side job to cover extra expenses. Here are some of the best jobs they can do.
For the first time, you can use the group-buying site toward getting an education.
In an effort to promote smart credit card use, a concert in New York hopes to use the lure of a free concert to teach people about debt.
Dozens of new websites and apps have launched in recent years to help students pick schools, manage their finances and find cheap supplies.
If the high cost of tuition is making you consider dropping out of college, an eye-popping figure suggests you may want to think twice.
Universities have come under scrutiny in recent months due to high tuition costs and sometimes limited employment opportunities for graduates, but many women still have faith in the value of higher education, and for good reason.
From rock climbing to complimentary gadgets, here’s how to get your money’s worth at college this year.