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  • Lessons from Pittsburgh: James Rohr

    CNBC's Kelly Evans talks with Carnegie Mellon Chairman James Rohr about rebuilding the city of Pittsburgh. It's really a spectacular place, says Rohr. Also a look at innovation at Carnegie Mellon University.

  • Student with $90K splurged on more than just tuition

    One student spent $90K before her fourth year in college on clothes and a trip to Europe.

  • 33 Beekman at Pace University

    Pace University is giving higher education a new meaning by opening 33 Beekman, the world's tallest college residence.

  • Filing the FAFSA is key to saving on college tuition

    Eadvisors.com says filing the FASFA form early and acing it is the key to saving money on college costs.

  • Students walk to class at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

    Two small private liberal arts colleges are actually cutting tuition next year — by more than 40 percent.

  • UK needs to invest more to improve productivity: Lord Karan Bilimoria

    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.

  • The Harry Elkins Widener library on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    NBC News reports that U.S. institutions, led by Harvard University, dominated the list, taking eight of the top 10 spots.

  • Adding earnings potential to college rankings?

    New York Times Columnist James Stewart, discusses earnings potential across different colleges and tuition.

  • The University of Hong Kong has come under unprecedented pressure from Chinese government supporters to block a liberal scholar's appointment.

  • Ivy League rivals, Yale and Harvard, beat the S&P 500's performance in fiscal 2015.

  • Colleges that turn out money managers

    Which colleges breed the best money managers? CNBC's Eric Chemi provides insight.

  • (Left to right) Julie Gelb, Jackie Reilly and Caroline Heres, the Syracuse students who founded The Girl Code Movement, an organization to unite college women to become active operatives to stop rape from happening.

    You'll never guess where nearly 1 in 4 women are sexually assaulted. Now the Obama administration is investigating the alarming trend.

  • New way to choose colleges

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports on a new website that can better help students and their families choose a college.

  • Luxury student dorms

    Competition among developers in the luxury student living space is heating up, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • Solutions to student debt: Purdue Univ. president

    Data points to a widening amount of Americans unable or unwilling to pay their student debt. Mitch Daniels, Purdue University president, thinks "income-sharing agreements' could provide the solution.

  • Paul Smith's College's $20M name change

    Paul Smith's College will get $20 million if it changes its name.

  • Ford pulls Fidelity Contrafund from plans

    Ford Motor said it was dropping Contrafund as an investment option in its employee retirement accounts, pulling an estimated $900 million from Fidelity Investments' flagship mutual fund.

  • The IU Kelley & George Mason MBA

    A read on programs at some of the best business schools in the nation, with Idie Kesner, IU Kelley Dean, and Sarah Nutter, George Mason University.

  • The USC & OLIN MBA

    Insight into the education gained from some of the top business schools in the nation, with James Ellis, USC Marshall Dean, and Todd Milbourn, Olin Business School.

  • The Wharton & Chicago Booth MBA

    Key subject areas major business schools in America are focusing on, with Howard Kaufold, The Wharton School, and Steve Kaplan, Chicago Booth.