A troubled for-profit college has stopped accepting new applicants, after a Department of Education ruling.
Endowment funds could be invested in students, Education Trust argues.
A ProPublica and New York Times investigation has prompted a state Senate hearing on aggressive collection practices.
New Jersey has the country’s largest state-based student loan program. It’s also incredibly unforgiving.
The persistence of the political coalition around Bernie Sanders has nudged Hillary Clinton toward a more progressive position on student debt.
A stunning 42 million people now owe $1.3 trillion in student debt.
What happens to borrowers unable to repay their student loans?
Proposed by Milton Friedman in the 1970s, Mitch Daniels’ “Back a Boiler” initiative is like an investment in a piece of flesh-and-blood real estate.
Are college graduates really at fault for massive student loan debt?