Your ability to pay for college could give you an edge in college admissions--or a handicap. Learn how to navigate a college admissions process increasingly shaped by financial interests.
You've probably seen the U.S. News college rankings and wondered how the college you attended or are thinking of attending stacks up. Learn more about school-quality listings and discover if they help or hinder prospective students.
The grants represent the first installment in the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training program.
Sure, it seems like school just barely started, but there are a number of thing college seniors can do now to avoid a long and difficult job search after graduation. Find out how to jump on the job search--and future career--with these eight steps.
You don't need a bachelor's degree to get a great job in health care. Find out just how far an associate degree or certification can take you.
Researchers report that a low-cost media campaign could help nearly 10 percent of students sleep better.
An internship provides you with valuable experience while you are still in school. With a little persistence and by being proactive, you might be able to convert that internship into a full-time job.
Citizen science projects help people learn about science while giving researchers valuable data.
Forty-four percent of respondents said their college's dining program was at least somewhat important in deciding where to enroll.
A quarter of grad students are likely to consider a career outside of science purely due to the potential constraints on their family lives.
According to a SimpliFi survey, 62 percent expect their children to share the responsibility of paying for college.
According to the survey, more than 61 percent of college students who undertook a paid internship in the for-profit sector had a job offer at the time of graduation.
Choosing a college major can be stressful--so much is riding on it--but these five professionals explain how they found passion and prosperity in their careers despite working in fields not directly related to their area of study.
Thirty-seven percent of high school seniors surveyed said the current economy heavily or highly influenced where they chose to enroll.
It's no surprise to anyone headed to college that it can be expensive, but there are some amazingly cheap colleges out there, as well.