The latest news on student loans
Calculations show the government profiting on student loans, but critics argue the math doesn’t add up.
Republicans and Democrats are still miles apart on student loans with just two weeks until the deadline.
Raising funds for tuition requires equal parts marketing and social media savvy, experts say.
After a 10-year court battle, one law graduate got his loans partially discharged.
Nearly 50 percent of students leave college without a degree, but many still pile up student debt.
Republicans want to help their buddies make a few extra bucks while fewer Americans can afford college.
Learn about scholarships and financial aid with online resources for international students.
Interest rates on federal student loans could double on July 1 if Congress does not pass a fix.
A look at whether young adults can sustain steep increases in tuition.
Enrolling all borrowers in income-based repayment plans would reduce student loan defaults, experts say.