Students average $35,000 in debt, but a free tuition advocacy organization wants to redefine how higher education is funded in their state.
An online platform helps move students past the outdated FAFSA to streamline the process of making college more affordable.
Some lawmakers really do want to make college affordable again, and here's how.
A new app is trying to incentivize college affordability by providing students instant micro-scholarships.
Students are making life-changing college decisions with limited information, but a database created by the controversial College Transparency Act could change all of that.
In our present rapidly changing environment, a college education still represents the best investment you can make in your future.
"Not all student debt is created equal."
The "Degrees Not Debt" program wants to make college more accessible by paying for housing, books, transportation, and other hefty college costs.
In March, President Trump proposed to eliminate almost $4 billion in Pell Grants. We asked college students what that means for them.
Higher education is becoming less and less attainable for regular people, and here's why that's a problem.
Higher education is increasingly out of reach for many low-income, working-class and middle-class Americans.