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One experts says speeding up the timeline to graduate early can significantly reduce education costs.
A college term abroad is one thing; pursuing a degree is another. It may be cheaper, but there is more to consider.
With shares off nearly 55 percent over the past 12 months, LinkedIn is focusing on college students looking for jobs.
Even as college costs soar, students at these nine colleges pay no tuition.
Brian Sullivan discusses the future of entrepreneurship at Virginia Tech, with President Timothy Sands.
Getting a credit card is a rite of passage for many college grads. But you need to be smart about how to use it.
It can be thrilling to get into your dream college, but is it really the best fit for you? Here is what the experts have found.
Minerva promises quality education at a lower price than high-ranking U.S. colleges, explains Ben Nelson, founder, chairman and CEO of Minerva.
Jeff Selingo, author of "There is life after college," and Dale Stephens, Uncollege founder & CEO, discuss their views.
With a little planning, you can make your finances look better on paper to get more aid for college.
More than ever, parents and students are putting greater weight on finding a school they feel is worth the steep tuition.
Over half of millennials regret taking out as many loans as they did to pay for school.
A March Madness victory often bring a bump in applications and donations for winning schools.
One attitude about jobs is more common among millennials than older Boomer and Gen X workers.
Not understanding how the student-loan system works can have a lasting negative impact.
More would-be college students are discovering alternative programs with high-earnings potential like software engineering.
George Mason University's plan to rename its law school after the late Antonin Scalia, was scrubbed due to a NSFW acronym, NBC News reports.
Parents with college-bound children may feel trapped by the skyrocketing costs of education, which can last a lifetime.
Regularly rebalancing your portfolio can preserve your money long term, with less volatility, a recent study has found.
College graduates are moving to the nation's most expensive cities.
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