There are times in life you remember in stark detail. Your first kiss, the first time your heart was broken, or the day you tell your spouse you need to file for bankruptcy.
Once you graduate from college, you may believe you can stop thinking much about what happens at your alma mater. But you have a real interest in its long-term reputation.
Students in same-sex marriages will be treated the same as their straight married classmates when it comes to federal college loan applications, the government says.
In just eight years, the amount of debt the average college graduate leaves school with has increased by almost $10,000.
Recent predictions say the average millennial won't retire until 73, but a few brave men and women are already plotting early retirements decades ahead of their peers.
Money is always tight when you're in school, but with these must-have apps for college kids on a budget, you can turn your smartphone or tablet into a savings magnet.
Sen. Tom Harkin warns that many for-profit colleges are using "predatory and deceptive tactics to target service members and veterans" in order to tap their GI benefits.
Here's something else to worry hopeful high school seniors: The order in which you list your preferred colleges on federal financial aid applications may be used against you.
U.S. consumer credit rose more than expected in September but credit card usage fell for a fourth straight month.
A new study from the American Institute of CPAs and the Ad Council shows that 78% of millennials base the way they handle their own money on their friends' financial habits.
Student loan debt is making it harder for new college grads to save for retirement, and that's translating to a much later retirement age.
The rapid rise in college tuition is moderating. That's one of five money stories you need to know Wednesday.
There's some good news on college tuition. Yes, the cost has gone up -- but not as much in the past.
Here's a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you'll just want to know.
One big barrier to U.S. girls reaching their full earning potential is academic: While 60% of college degrees go to women, only 41% of engineering and science degrees do.
College is a good time to start building a credit history. Here's what you should consider when shopping for a credit card for your new college student.
To help poor but talented kids attend college, Delaware is going to send college application fee waivers to every high-achieving, low-income student in the state.
A question at the heart of the student loan debacle: should students without credit histories be required -- or even allowed -- to borrow billions of dollars?
Think that punishingly high student loan debt is just an American problem? As this infographic from Nonprofit Colleges Online show, it's actually an issue all over the world.
Some schools sending graduates out into the world with huge debts are campuses that aren't the bold-faced names that top the typical best colleges lists.
If you've just returned to campus, or are off to college for the first time, here are five tips for making the most of your money -- and your undergraduate experience.
As the battle over college tuitions rages, an oft-overlooked villain is coming to the fore. Are college presidents' salaries too high...and are students paying the price?