Philadelphia teen Richard Jenkins says he used to sleep in a homeless shelter and was nicknamed "Harvard" by bullies for being a bookworm.
Americans increased their borrowing by $11.6 billion in March as a big increase in the category that covers auto and student loans offset the largest monthly drop in credit card borrowing in more than five years.
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Howard University in Washington, D.C., has confirmed that six employees have been fired for "gross misconduct and neglect of duties" after school officials discovered financial aid money had been misappropriated.
In an effort help young immigrants who are living in the country illegally earn a college degree, a New Hampshire university announced Thursday it is teaming up with two organizations to offer $20 million in scholarships.
When a gunman opened fire with an AR-15 at a large high school in south Florida, he claimed the lives of students with their whole lives ahead of them, along with those of the teachers who tried to protect them.
The Arizona Supreme Court will review a lower court ruling that said young immigrants granted deferred deportation status under a program started by former President Barack Obama are not eligible for lower in-state college tuition.
There's been a significant drop in applications for college financial aid by California students who are in the country illegally after being brought to the U.S. as young children.
From third to fifth grade, Alyson Hochstedler says bullies slammed her son into lockers and punched him.
American consumers stepped up their borrowing by $18.4 billion in December, a solid performance that followed a massive gain the previous month.
The University of Pennsylvania has announced plans to distance itself from casino mogul Steve Wynn and comedian Bill Cosby in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against both men.
A Boston-area businessman is planning to open a new four-year college in the city with a focus on conservative Christian values.
The chairman of the Arizona Board of Regents says the board welcomes a lawsuit filed by Attorney General Mark Brnovich over steep increase in tuition.
Arizona's attorney general is suing the state university system over its decision to keep providing lower in-state tuition rates for immigrants granted deferred deportation status.
American consumers borrowed more heavily in July, increasing their debt primarily in a category that includes auto and student loans.
Anna Ciacciarella put color-coded tape on all the desk lamps, mattress pads, notebooks and other dorm-room items as she and her three siblings prepared to move from the family home in Naugatuck to Quinnipiac University.
The Arizona Board of Regents says it won't stop offering in-state tuition for eligible immigrants granted deferred deportation status despite threats of a lawsuit looming from the state's attorney general.
The Arizona Board of Regents has scheduled a special meeting Thursday about a court decision involving the state's largest community college district.
The state's largest community college district will ask the Arizona Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court ruling saying young immigrants granted deferred deportation status are not eligible for lower in-state college tuition.