Most students think they can afford any college. Most parents know they can't.
Can we just take this all down a few notches?
Getting the most and best financial aid involves some strategizing.
Where your kid goes to college isn't really about having your needs met; this is about your kid and his or her needs. Leaving
Couple this fact with federal Pell Grants already cover the smallest portion of the cost of college in the program's history
Are you a single parent, stay-at-home mom, or working adult who wants to return to school in hopes of securing a brighter financial future? The good news is that you're not alone.
The changes that President Obama hopes to make higher education during his second term will benefit the people that need it most -- middle- to low-income students that want a strong career path that they can afford.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The envelope arrives with good news. The college is pleased to announce that the student has been offered
For many high school seniors planning to go to college, the moment of truth is here: the last acceptance letters are rolling