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Stanford has made tuition free for students whose families make less than $125,000 a year. That's great news for the mere 5.05% of students accepted to the nation's most selective college.
Chinese nationals are the fastest growing student population in the United States, but it is a tedious process for many Chinese prospective students to get into a U.S. college. So what makes it so appealing? CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
With a college acceptance letter in hand, the next step is figuring out if your student can afford to attend.
CNBC consumer reporter Kelli Grant highlights hidden fees and uncovers the true cost of college after receiving a long-awaited college acceptance letter.
New initiatives from President Obama offer new student loan protections and repayment options. Could you benefit?
Getting a college education can lead to student debt but here are a few tips to pay those loans off fast to save more. CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports.
Immigration patterns have made affirmative action harder to promote at a time when support is flagging. One academic explains why.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says saving for retirement is a priority for parents, and explains the 529 savings plan -- which can help parents save for their children's college expenses.
Rob Lieber, New York Times columnist, discusses President Obama's flip-flop on college savings plans, and shares insight on how to talk to children about money.
Grover Norquist, Founder, Americans for Tax Reform, comments on Obama's plan to tax 529 plans, and says it's still written in the budget.
CNBC's John Harwood explains the Administration's idea for taxing 529 plans and discusses why tax reform is going to be so difficult.
Lanhee Chen, Hoover Institution, and Michael Feldman, Glover Park Group, provide their thoughts on what we can expect to hear from President Obama when he addresses the nation Tuesday night.
Six-figure loan debt is becoming a way of life for many recent graduates, and even some old ones. Here's how to keep it from swallowing you whole.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson predicts the family income will not keep up with education costs, and government programs will fall short.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a look at trends in the rising costs of education.
A new study from "buy side" network SumZero shows which universities send more students to elite hedge funds.
Billions are being spend on private sports coaches for kids as young as 6 years-old. The goal is to grab a spot on a collegiate team.
The NCAA tells high school athletes the chances of getting a scholarship in many sports are around 2 percent. NBC Sports Dave Briggs, and CNBC.com's Kelley Holland, weigh in.
A complete stranger might help get your student loans under control, through new crowdfunding initiatives and student loan start-ups.
This is the first game specifically made for the next generation systems, says Eric Handler, MKM Partners, discusses the outlook on Activision.
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Featuring CNBC's Financial Advisor Council, this video series will aim to educate investors with straightforward financial advice.
CNBC 'Explains' the complicated economics of our world—from stocks and balance sheets, to trade and public policy.
The creators of Cards Against Humanity, dubbed as the “party game for horrible people”, have managed to do some good.
Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute, and Stephen Klasko, Thomas Jefferson University CEO, discuss their plan to provide working doctors an opportunity to get an MBA entirely online.
Lord Karan Bilimoria, founder of Cobra Beer and independent crossbench member of the House of Lords, complains that the U.K. currently under-invests in higher education, R&D and innovation compared to other countries and this is holding back productivity.