If the word "college" evokes leafy walkways and eager 18-year-olds, think again. Today's students are older, part time and, often, not graduating.» Read More
Columbia, Yale and MIT are at the top of a new ranking of long-term university endowment investment performance.
A new survey finds that 24 percent of millennials expect their student loans will ultimately be forgiven.
Liberal arts majors have gotten the reputation of being unemployable, but new research paints a rosier picture.
Jay Kimmelman, CEO of Bridge International Academies, provides low cost, high-quality education in emerging economies.
Jay Kimmelman, Bridge International Academies CEO, provides insight to his company's efforts to make a major difference in Africa's education system, as well as what it's like doing business in Africa.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche asks Coursera CEO Daphne Koller, about how students find Coursera, the online educational platform, and innovation in the education community.
College students regularly pile into majors where the job prospects are hot. Whether they will stay that way after graduation is another story.
Engineering, computers, business and liberal arts win out among members of the CNBC NEXT List—if they finished college, that is.
Academia continues to rebuild its fiscal position after being whacked in the financial crisis with a heavy allocation to alternative investments.
University of Pennsylvania Professor Kenneth Goldsmith is the professor behind the class "Wasting Time on the Internet." Goldsmith says students will be able to look at anything on the Internet in order to create great works of literature out of the experience.
Before taking the entrepreneurial leap, boomers should avoid making these 3 common mistakes that could sink their start-up.
Millennials are shying away from credit cards, but plastic is a great way to build a credit history. Here's what to look for in a card.
A pair of new surveys shows things aren't getting any easier for the middle class.
We don't need to change young retirement savers' portfolios. We need to change their mindset about raiding 401(k)s, Suze Orman says.
STEM careers are not only having a hard time recruiting women, but once they get there, they often want to leave, a new report finds.
Higher contribution limits, more investment options, and auto increases and matches make it easier for you to save for retirement.
Businesses don't have much faith that recent college hires will stick around for very long, a new survey says.
A wallet with crumpled receipts, rewards cards, etc. can also signal trouble getting a handle on your finances. Here's how to clean both up.
If your child is trying to impress a college admissions office, it's those unconventional skills that make colleges take notice. Video gaming perhaps?
A college degree is by no means the only determining factor for a tech startup's success, but it turns out that it does make a difference.
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