college debt

The Power and Privilege Issue

The Hot New Gen-Z Trend Is Skipping College

High schoolers are weighing the benefits of blue-collar trades at a time when well-paying jobs—and no debt—are hard to pass up.
Allie Conti
VICE Guide to Life

Paying Off Student Loans While You're Still in School Is a Genius Money Move

Your first student loan payment usually isn't due until six months after you finish college. But why wait? Here are three ways to make payments early and slash thousands of dollars off your total debt.
Marco Margaritoff

Most Canadians Are Only $200 Away From Being Unable to Pay Their Bills

With the cost of living rising and more and more Canadians working part-time jobs, this sucks.
Sarah Hagi

Why the best deals on college are nearly impossible to get

Matt Phillips

Four Years at a Liberal Arts College Turned Me into a Conservative

"I quickly learned that the general aim of each class was to identify something problematic, discuss it, and then refuse to do anything about it."
Jay Stephens

The Crippling Cost of College for America's Undocumented Students

The price of college can be a deterrent for many students, but without financial aid or access to federal loans, it can be outright prohibitive for undocumented students.
Meredith Hoffman
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Hillary Clinton Has Unveiled a Massive New Plan to Curb Student Loan Debt

Her campaign has dubbed her $350 billion, 10-year college affordability plan the "New College Compact."
River Donaghey