The latest news on students
When it comes to asking for recommendation letters for scholarship applications, ask the right people.
If you have a financial burden, it's worthwhile to look at its bright sides, too.
There are steps both parents and students can take to relieve some of the burden.
One program charges more annually than Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Columbia.
Learn how to manage your test results as you apply to college.
Students who use social networking sites daily are much more likely to try drugs.
These sites help you stay clear of distractions, study flashcards, and correctly cite sources.
Virginia becomes the latest state to require financial literacy for graduation.
Orchestra, football, or paintball are still valuable, even if they don't lead to scholarships.
A student survey uncovers the prevalence of bullying.