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For students struggling with tuition bills, a few tips can make the spring semester possible.
A single mom who lost her home to foreclosure found ways for her daughter to attend a private college.
Bad news for the economy is bad news for students, too. They can expect higher tuition, smaller scholarships, more rejection letters and bigger classes. Here's U.S. News's guide to get you through.
Expert advice on how to acquire more money in scholarships and merit aid
Hint: It sure isn't Pennsylvania! What percentage of your income can you spend on your kid's college?
Research on twins, salaries, and citizenship suggests that a college degree is a valuable asset.
Will the Economy Affect College Scholarships?
One lender says it is unable to process 180 students' Stafford loans.
The annual College Board report shows good news for this school year, but next year could be rough.
Between 529 plans and student loans, a long-term plan is simpler than you think.