The latest news on financial aid
Applying to schools that tend to be more generous can increase chances of getting financial aid.
Money for college is hard to find and isn't keeping up with rising costs.
Legislation passed in the spring appears to be helping students stay in school this fall.
Here are some key steps you can take when paying for your kids to go to college.
Our advice for putting together money for college: Break it down, and take it one step at a time.
As fast-rising tuition hikes outpace income, more families need financial aid each year.
Spending aid money on a car and working too many hours can jeopardize academic success.
For decades, politicians have struggled to balance rewarding service against the expense of generosity.
Congress is considering proposals from Sen. Jim Webb and Sen. John McCain.
Colleges give money to well-off students while the needy get 'gapped.'