- Massachusetts Attorney General creates student loan unit Updated: Nov-24-15 3:22 pm
BOSTON - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says her office wants to do more for students and families who face mountains of student loan debt.
- Mississippi universities plan tuition increases in 2016 Updated: Nov-19-15 4:12 pm
JACKSON, Mississippi - In-state tuition at Mississippi's eight public universities is set to rise by 4.1 percent on average next fall, with the average price of tuition and fees crossing $7,000 for the first time.
- Lenders taking more borrowers to court over student loans Updated: Nov-18-15 1:01 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Fall behind on your student loans these days and you could end up getting more than hectoring phone calls and threatening letters. Some lenders are taking more people to court, attorneys say.
- Number of in-state freshmen attending UNH on the decline Updated: Nov-08-15 3:19 pm
DURHAM, New Hampshire - For the third year in a row, the number of Granite State students entering the University of New Hampshire is on the decline.
- UNR grows out-of-state student population Updated: Oct-30-15 2:03 am
RENO, Nevada - The University of Nevada, Reno doesn't just want the brightest Battle Born; it is wooing students born outside the Silver State.
- Obama administration looks to new rules to curb student debt Updated: Oct-27-15 10:24 pm
U.S. colleges will face new restrictions on using debit cards to distribute financial aid, and more people will have income-based options for repaying student loans under a pair of regulations given final approval by the Obama administration on Tuesday.
- Financial literacy project for students opens in Landover Updated: Oct-27-15 3:01 am
LANDOVER, Maryland - A new program intended to help boost the financial literacy of elementary school students is opening in Landover.
- Rutgers-Camden to cover tuition for low-income students Updated: Oct-26-15 1:48 pm
CAMDEN, New Jersey - Rutgers University's Camden campus is redoing its financial aid system so new students from families making $60,000 a year or less won't have to pay any tuition.