The scope of the proposed rules and the lack of immediate relief left members of The Debt Collective unsatisfied.
Students are learning how far we have fallen since the 1960s, when most public universities were almost free.
Everyone involved in financial aid bears the responsibility of putting students in a millennial version of indentured servitude.
Protests from Yale to Mizzou are part of a long tradition of Black students struggling against racism and other injustices.
The public can see the graduation rates for Pell Grant recipients at over 1,000 schools.
The true costs of college attendance are often greater than anticipated.
Bankruptcy is supposed to give debtors a fresh start – unless they’re struggling with student loans.
A college professor is calling for a massive student debt strike with only one necessity.