Study: Online Education Continues Growth

The number of college students enrolled in at least one online course increased for the ninth straight year, according to the Babson Survey Research Group’s annual survey of more than 2,500 colleges and […]

Learn What Obama’s Student Loan Plan Means for You

We promised in last week’s post that this week we would cover the details of President Obama’s new executive order to make it easier for students to repay their federal student […]

College Students’ Borrowing Hits An All-Time High

Students are borrowing more money to pay for college than ever before. New data show that students who graduated in 2010 carried 5 percent more debt than in the previous year. […]

The China Conundrum

Dozens of new students crowded into a lobby of the University of Delaware’s student center at the start of the academic year. Many were stylishly attired in distressed jeans and bright-colored sneakers; half […]

College costs climb, yet again

Although more Americans are getting help from scholarships and tax breaks, the net cost of college is eating up a higher share of the typical family’s income in 2011, according to a report […]

Private College’s Entrepreneurship Course Helps Generate Successful Start-Ups

Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg both famously dropped out of Harvard to start wildly successful technology companies. In Israel, an innovative program is providing undergraduate students the business tools they need to […]

Community-College Enrollments Slow After Years of Growth

After a decade of record growth, enrollment appears to be slowing down at many of the nation’s community colleges. The final figures are not out yet, but California, Connecticut, and Michigan are all predicting statewide […]

Gauging the Value of Your M.B.A.

When Fuat Ecer decided to go back to school for an M.B.A. after three and a half years working as a consultant, he wanted to be certain to find the best school in […]