More high school students are considering the economy when looking at colleges, and Congress is mandating better disclosure of the costs.
Affected companies began notifying their customers over the weekend that hackers may have accessed their email addresses.
The federal government is proposing stricter rules for financial aid at for-profit colleges.
Rising cost of education has students and parents rethinking how much it makes sense to borrow.
What surprised me was that students could easily take out a much larger stipend than they could ever possibly need.
90% of the calls placed to the hotline to ask about benefits or check on claims don't get through.
No. But the holidays can be a great time to adopt one -- responsibly.
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