CNBC's Rick Santelli and Daniel Pianko, University Ventures, discuss the student loan debt conundrum.
Many universities are pushing to provide students a free year of tuition if they don't graduate on time.
Shady companies are charging unaware borrowers for federal student-loan services that are available for free.
Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chief economic adviser, provides a synopsis of his recent book, "The Only Game in Town," which delves into the impact of central bank policies on economic growth.
The company believes the attempts are crucial to tackling the US student debt issue.
Bankrate survey shows that 60 percent of Americans support tuition-free college.
At a time when money is cheap, the web retailer is partnering with Wells Fargo to sell student loans.
Hillary Clinton's new higher education plan would eliminate tuition for families with incomes up to $125,000 at in-state public institutions.
Jeff Selingo, "Life AFter College" author, and Patrick Chung, Xfund Partner, debate the merits of students taking a gap year before college, or even going to college at all.
For graduates with record student loan debt and entry-level jobs, choosing a credit card may have big consequences.
Managing your student loan debt can be difficult at times, CNBC’s Sharon Epperson highlights a few apps for college grads that will help organize their financial life.
Former FDIC Sheila Bair of Washington College,
Before privately refinancing a federal student loan as a "no-brainer," it's important to understand the consequences of such actions.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on first quarter household debt, and the health of new delinquent loans.
Fees to companies to originate loans vary widely and have drawn regulators' attention.
Black students are twice as likely to borrow money to finance their education than their white counterparts.
David Klein, CEO of online lender CommonBond, explains how his start-up is on track to surpass $1 billion in total loans funded.
Most students attending community colleges fail to eventually earn a bachelor's degree.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses deficiencies in banks' living wills and corporate tax inversions with Sheila Bair, Former chair of the FDIC and Washington College President.
Jeff Selingo, author of "There is life after college," and Dale Stephens, Uncollege founder & CEO, discuss their views.