By Phillip Sugarman
College is an investment in your future earning potential. Did your major make the "worst" profitable list?
The average student loan debt that has fallen into collections is a whopping $17,000.00. Learn how collection agencies are profiting from this latest crisis.
By Carrie McLean...via CollegeXpress.com
What used to be an easy solution to healthcare on campus' across the nation has just become a real can of worms with the Affordable Healthcare Act.
You might be surprised to see how achieving your degree in a recession can actually be good for you.
Infographic by DegreeJungle ... via YouTern.com
A look at the difference in salaries over a 40 year span for those that invested in attending college or started working right after high school.
By Daniel Bortz ... US News
Get your mind off student loan payments and onto having fun and being happy. Try these tips to feel better about your post-graduation pressures.
By Michael Clauw
The student loan crisis is broken down in an interview with Robert Applebaum, founder of the petition, Support The Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012, who explains the proposed legislation to stop the current bleeding.
By Kristen Rodine ... via Missoulian.com
The College of Idaho has established an award program granting select student the opportunity to become sustainable ambassadors in exchange for free housing.
A new school year often brings with it a new living situation. But living with strangers can be hard, which is why picking the right one is essential. Thankfully, perfect roommates are out there.
By USC Masters of Social Work
An infographic on to help graduates figure out their life path after college.
By Hamilton Nolan ... via Gawker
A new report from the U.S. PIRG very clearly points out how many of our nation's largest and most respected universities are screwing their own students (further) by outsourcing basic financial operations to private banks.
With bigger issues like LGBTQ rights, student debt and tuition, and future jobs students will not be able to anticipate the future unless they start becoming aware of what is happening now.