Low-income, high-achieving high school students may be able to visit some college campuses at no cost when deciding where to apply.
Top-notch schools are often said to be worth the higher price in part because it gives them a professional and economic boost. But does it really?
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Are parents legally required to pay for their kid's higher education? One New Jersey honor student thinks so.
Graduation fees and travel expenses can increase the cost of earning an online degree.
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.
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