The $6 million award set aside by Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) will be used to extend grants to 2,556 needy college and university students.
The study conducted by American Financial Benefits Center finds people running for political offices are still saddled with student loan debt.
The lawsuit filed by disabled students accuses standardized testing agency ACT of sharing disability status of students with the colleges.
A donation received by Sierra Nevada College will make bachelor degrees more affordable for students who are either working or have some commitment to their community.
The drop in the cost of textbooks comes as a sigh of relief for millions of students reeling under the burden of debts.
Racist emails were sent to thousands of Vanderbilt University’s community members to stoke "fear and division."
Starting next year, the low-income students of New Jersey will have a chance to study debt free, if their college is accepted for state funding.
Gorge Tyndall, a former gynecologist at the University of Southern California, claims innocence while more than 279 former USC students have accused him of sexual misconduct.
Wealth accumulation among black and Hispanic adults is hampered by student loans, according to a new study by the University of Illinois and University of Michigan.