Penn State is among the schools that fared well in U.S. News & World Report's inaugural rankings.
A new report finds that in many states, a year of college at a public school is cheaper than a year of infant child care.
The payback on the hefty investment to get an MBA has dropped, but graduates at elite schools still see salaries soar.
The 2014 annual ranking from US News & World Report has changed its methods to reflect new admissions standards and to increase the weight of graduation and retention rates.
The president has called for a ratings-based reform of higher education funding. Will it work? And if so, how soon?
Not every college costs an arm and a leg. If you're willing to milk cows, work in a hotel or study for the ministry, you could earn yourself a free college education.
Scholarships and grants now pay for almost one-third of higher education costs. But you have to keep looking throughout your college career.
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