The latest news on students
More than 200 U.S. schools are still accepting applications for fall 2013.
Keep practicing English and talk to other international students the summer before you get to campus.
Grab a pen and handwrite a thank-you to the sponsors of any scholarships you’ve been awarded.
Mississippi has the strongest bronze medal showing in the 2013 Best High Schools rankings.
The gender wage gap is part of the reason women are disproportionately affected by student loan debt.
Tax benefits are available to aunts and uncles who contribute to a relative’s 529 plan college account.
With an average acceptance rate of just 3.3 percent, these med schools are the toughest to get into.
International students can navigate sharing a U.S. dorm room with communication and compromise.
Set up a framework as part of the divorce that maps out how to handle your kids’ college costs.
The decrease in applicants and applications could be good news for those with a passion for law.