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The University of Notre Dame is planning to make way for new football turf, so it's selling off used grass for nearly $150 a pop.
In her first public comments since her firing as The New York Times' top editor, Jill Abramson didn't shy away from the controversy.
The highest-paid president of a public college or university was Ohio State's E. Gordon Gee, according to a study. How much did he make?
Too many people fall far behind on their student loan payments for no good reason. Here's how you can avoid that. The NYT reports.
More employers expect to hire newly minted MBAs this year—but the fastest growth in hiring is outside the U.S.
Louis Hsieh, CFO of New Oriental, says demand for preparations for China's National College Entrance Exam remains the firm's biggest growth driver.
James Beriker of Simply Hired offers up a 10-point commencement speech with advice for college graduates.
Graduating college students are overwhelmingly expecting on-the-job training, but here's what's really in store.
Americans who are still paying off student loans have a lot less money – and a lot more overall debt – than those without student loans.
Sallie Mae has reached a $60 million settlement with the government to resolve allegations that it overcharged military service members.
A week before she was to speak at the Smith College commencement, Christine Lagarde has withdrawn from the event.
The average student loan debt for the class of 2012 is $29,400. Discussing what role the Fed could play in the student debt burden, with Derek Thompson, The Atlantic senior editor.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports Federal student loans, which are tied to the rise in the 10-Year Note, are going up.
Discussing Nigeria's culture of corruption, and the rise in human trafficking there, with Bob Kent, Hafaza International president. "I think the situation in Nigeria going to become increasingly unstable," he says.
You can thank the US government for outrageous college tuition costs, says Jake Novak.
Barnes & Noble, now the second largest operator of college bookstores with 696 shops, plans to have about 1,000 locations within five years.
College students will pay more to borrow money from the U.S. government. Why? Blame increased Treasury yields.
Six years after the financial crisis, birth rates haven't bounced back. For the economy, that's bad news.
There are new reports of additional kidnappings of school girls in Nigeria, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Stanford University said it will no longer use any of its $18.7 billion endowment to invest in coal firms, a move aimed at combating climate change.
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