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Some schools are using bitcoin technology, blockchain, to record students' achievements in a cheap, secure and public way.
Harvard is declaring members of private "final clubs" ineligible for fellowships or for certain leadership positions, The Harvard Crimson reports.
Black students are twice as likely to borrow money to finance their education than their white counterparts.
Low- and moderate-income black students who borrow to attend college have almost $8,000 more in debt than whites, a new study finds.
Half of students don't get their four-year degree on time. Accelerating your timeline can cut costs and lower student loan debt.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings provide the definitive list of the world's best universities, evaluated across teaching, research, international outlook, reputation and more.
You don't have to live with whatever aid your college is offering. Here's how to get more.
You can save a bundle if you start your degree at a community college, but there are pitfalls.
You may think money gives kids an edge. But that isn't necessarily true, says estate-planning attorney Manya Deva Natan.
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.
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