A surge in financial aid backed by Washington could be pushing tuition through the roof.
A father co-signed for the private student loans, but now he can't find out who owns the loans and exactly how much they are.
A recent grad who paid for her entire college education with grants and scholarships shares her secrets.
With colleges charging higher campus health care premiums, experts say students should shop around.
Some well-to-do moms and dads tell their kids they're on their own for higher education. What are their options?
The law school grad, now a successful businessman, posted a photo of the bank receipt on the Internet and it went viral.
For the first time ever, students might find it cheaper to borrow from a private bank than from the federal government.
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