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Jack DeGioia, Georgetown University; Michael Crow, Arizona State University, and Bob Kerrey, Minerva Institute, discuss the soaring costs of higher education, and the need to change the way we think about student debt.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes a look at the growing problem of delinquent student loans and its impact on a generation of consumers.
Consumer borrowing hits record high in July.
Oren Bass, co-founder of Pave, introduces the concept of "income sharing agreements" which aims to ease the burden of college tuition.
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.
SoFi CEO Mike Cagney, discusses student loan programs, and helping early stage professionals finance their education.
Hillary Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt.
It looks like students who have gone back to school are having trouble paying
Free or cheap college is appealing for a number of reasons, but is it the best plan? Some have their doubts.
Sharon Epperson reports on the ripple effects of student debt.
Being a Millennial certainly has its challenges, as most in this cohort are struggling with massive debt loads. The average Millennial is $47,689 in debt, mostly from student loans -- and that amount increases exponentially for older Millennials. Sharon Epperson on how to deal with this debt.
Consumer lending company, Affirm, is moving beyond consumer financing today as it begins to offer education programs. Max Levchin, Affirm CEO & co-founder and PayPal co-founder, discusses Affirms loan options for students attending coding, design, and business education programs.
Student loans may actually be making education more expensive.
Underfunding at state colleges is driving up the cost of tuition and exacerbating underlying problems in public university systems, experts tell CNBC.
Peter Cappelli, University of Pennsylvania, and Michael Mitchell, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, discuss the true cost of a college degree and whether students will be priced out of higher learning in the future.
Short-term, skills-based courses offer new higher education alternatives that could challenge, or neatly supplement, a college degree.
Lee Siegel stirred a debate about student loans by abandoning his. He talks to CNBC about why he decided to walk away from his debt.
College graduates still enjoy a wage premium, but the value of a degree varies widely depending on several factors.
CNBC's Kelli Grant tells you how to save while paying off your student loan debt.
CNBC's Jennifer Barrett zeros in on some of the important decisions to help you get the best college ROI.