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This is a new trend in off-campus housing.
Parents have offered as much as $25,000 just to secure their child a place in classes with one sought-after tutor.
Graduates hoping to score a job in the City of London are being defeated by a set of arcane rules that dictate what color shoes you should wear.
Wells Fargo and Amazon said they had ended a partnership to offer discounted student loans to the online retailer's "Prime Student" customers.
Washington College plans to match up to $2,500 in family tuition payments from college savings plans.
More parents are committed to paying for college, but they're on track to save less than a third of their goal in time.
British and French parents are among the least likely to have saved money for their child's education, says a survey by HSBC.
Many colleges accept credit cards as a way to pay for tuition, but that convenience comes at a high cost.
Carl Herberger, Radware head of security, discusses how a growing number of students are using high-tech tactics to scam their teachers.
U.K. capital has more educated people than any other city in the EU - Eurostat
CNBC's Aditi Roy takes a look at why some students are ditching college or grad school and choosing coding classes instead.
Trump isn't the only one who has profited from for-profit colleges; Bill Clinton made $17.6 million from a private education firm, reports NBC News.
Many universities are pushing to provide students a free year of tuition if they don't graduate on time.
But some college offers of free tuition for a fifth year come with strings attached to get students to finish in four years.
Shady companies are charging unaware borrowers for federal student-loan services that are available for free.
Assets in 529 college savings plans hit new highs, though the average account wouldn't cover one year at a public university.
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