The latest news on scholarships
Rising tuition and shrinking grants mean college will cost students more this year.
Private colleges are likely to be less generous to applicants in spring 2010.
George Washington University has one of four non-Ivy squash programs.
New study finds families earning less than $70,000, on average, don't get enough college financial aid.
The Aldine Independent School District is this year's winner of the Broad Prize in Urban Education.
There are still some smart, affordable ways for families to borrow money to pay for college.
Many students hope their athletic skills will be more valuable in the lower-profile division.
Schools are approving a record number of appeals and giving more aid.
Despite the recession, 3 types of college students might get more and bigger scholarships this fall.
The recession has generated some unexpected silver linings in student loan options.