The recession may be officially over, but not for many who graduated college in recent years. These students have struggled to find work in a down economy, and now some may struggle even harder to compete with the class of 2011.
Our college expert answers a reader's question about the right - and wrong way - to defer student loans.
No matter how many subjects they're acing, most college students these days find economics a grind.
Rather than go straight to college after high school, more students are starting to opt for a year off to travel, relax and find their calling. We look at the pros and cons of taking a gap year and some of the best programs for those who want to.
MainStreet ranked the most expensive colleges in the U.S. with the lowest costs of living, according to data from Bundle.com, to help prospective students determine where they can get a top-notch education without going broke.
Despite state budget problems and tuition hikes at universities around the country, many public college presidents continue to earn high salaries and compensation in excess of $500,000 a year.
Did you know you can use the tax code to help reduce the cost of your children's education? If not, here's an easy lesson.
Education may be expensive, but at least it comes with plenty of free stuff. MainStreet rounded up seven of the best freebies for students of all ages.
If you or your kids were rejected from an Ivy League university, take heart: It may be a blessing in disguise. A new study finds that these schools, which are often among the most expensive in the country, do not lead to higher salaries for graduates.
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