By Alan Pyke on March 11, 2014
Colleges aren't just raising prices, they're placing most of that increased burden on poor families' backs.
By Mason Atkins on March 6, 2014
"Do we invest in students, or millionaires?" she asked.
By Igor Volsky on January 17, 2014
The episode raises new questions about how private companies deal with the student loans of the deceased.
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By Bryce Covert on January 17, 2014
More recent college grads are finding themselves in low-pay, part-time work that doesn't require a degree.
By Bryce Covert on January 12, 2014
The government could use what it spends to make college more affordable to make public university free.
By Alan Pyke on January 2, 2014
Bankruptcy judges used to have leeway when dealing with student loan borrowers. Then a company spent two decades changing it.
By Alan Pyke on December 16, 2013
Everest College offered local companies payoffs for short-term face-saving hires.
By Carimah Townes on December 16, 2013
College presidents with million-dollar paydays are increasingly common even as campus resources shrink and the cost of a degree climbs.
By Bryce Covert on December 13, 2013
Some federal college aid mostly reaches those who need it least.
For-profit colleges may soon have to meet requirements many of them are likely to fail in order to get federal aid money.