Almost 20 states have cut funding for colleges, raising costs for students -- starting now.
Some college students are marrying strangers to qualify for lower tuition or more financial aid. Is this wrong?
US universities are putting billions into merit aid, much of which goes to the children of well-to-do parents.
Well, they are studying less and taking longer to graduate, but that doesn't mean they're lazy.
More high school students are considering the economy when looking at colleges, and Congress is mandating better disclosure of the costs.
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A new study raises more questions about the value of a degree.
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