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  • No Deal Yet to Keep Student Loan Rates Steady

    The Senate passed the immigration bill, and it is on its way to the House; and a deadline is fast approaching for a deal that would keep student loan rates steady, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  • Student Loan Rate Hike Looming

    Radford University misspelled "Virginia" on its 2013 diplomas, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan; and Sharon Epperson reports interest rates on federal student loans will jump from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent if Congress does not act.

  • Student Loan Crisis

    Student loan rates are set to double if Congress doesn't act by July 1st, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.

  • Student Loan Rates Set to Double on July 1st

    Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) discusses his views on why the government should not profit from student loans, but should be viewed as an investment in the nation's future instead.

  • Student Loan Rates Set to Double in 4 Days

    The clock is ticking on more than 7 million students applying for Stafford loans, reports CNBC's Hampton Pearson.

  • All-America Survey: College Worth the Cost?

    According to the results of a current CNBC survey, Americans now have overwhelming doubts about the value of a four-year education, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • Obamacare's Med School Dilemma

    Discussing the big problems Obamacare creates for hospitals, doctors, and even medical students, with Dr. Beth Haynes M.D. of Benjamin Rush Society, Brian Blank, UNC-Chapel Hill Medical Student.

  • What It Really Takes To Intern at Google

    In the new movie "The Internship" with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, viewers get a taste of what it might be like to intern at Google, but is it true to life? Kyle Ewing, who runs Google¿s internship program, breaks down what it really takes to intern at one of the world's most innovative companies.

  • The Young & the Jobless

    Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett has a new book, "Is College Worth It?" Bennett discusses what's discouraging students, including prohibitively high tuition.

  • The Republican-dominated House of Representatives on Thursday voted to switch federal student loan interest rates to a market-based system.

  • Sens. Mark Warner (D-Vir.), Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) with students at a Know Before You Go roundtable

    A new bipartisan bill, the Student Right to Know Before You Go Act, aims to press colleges into providing prospective students with data on the employment outcomes of graduates.

  • Students from Baruch College in New York City.

    A new study finds that many graduates feel overqualified yet underprepared to make the transition from school to work.

  • Sorry Grads, You Won't Get Hired Without This Skill

    Kirk McDonald, PubMatic president explains why he is not interested in hiring new college graduates without the ability to write code. And, CNBC's Jon Fortt has the detail on where to get a crash course in coding.

  • Duke's Coach K on Recruiting

    CNBC's Maria Bartiromo speaks to Duke University head basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski about his winning strategies for recruiting and coaching.

  • Former Education Secretary William Bennett argues that 96 percent of colleges aren't worth the investment due to high loan payments and sky rocketing unemployment rates.

  • Where to Study to Become a Millionaire

    Mykolas Rambus, CEO of Wealth-X, discusses a study that reveals which universities produce the most multi-millionaires around the world.

  • The Week That Was: Mad Money Facelift

    The "Mad Money" crew looks back to some of the most memorable moments of the week to when Cramer visited Villanova's Business School, and when his set got a "facelift."

  • Struggling with the burden of student loan debt, young people appear to be shying away from purchasing a home or car, according to a recently released study.

  • Housing's Big Challenge: Student Loan Debt

    Ballooning student loan debt is keeping money out of housing, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • Student Loan Debt Hurts Housing

    Student debt in the U.S. is now second to mortgage debt. CNBC's Diana Olick reports Americans are finding it harder to afford a mortgage because they're weighed down with student loans.