U.S. Is Collecting Student Loans It Promised to Forgive
The debtors are former students of for-profit Corinthian Colleges, which filed for bankruptcy in 2015 while under a cloud of fraud investigations.
Graduate Students Receptive to Financial Advice, Despite Debt Load: Study
Graduate students are most receptive to investing, retirement techniques, which bodes well for university education programs.
Should Students Be Financially Literate Before They Take on College Debt?
Financial literacy courses could help student borrowers avoid delinquency or default, according to the director of GW's financial literacy center.
Financial planning that helps families avoid college debt
This is how one advisor developed a strategic vision to help parents incorporate the cost of their children’s college education into the family's comprehensive financial plan.
College Gets More Expensive, Again
Tuition and fees at private and public schools alike keep rising faster than inflation.
To Attract Students, Colleges Offering Loan Debt Insurance
A student loan debt insurance program may help advisors and their clients with college-age kids narrow down their list of ideal schools.
Brown University Endowment Posts 1.1% Loss in ‘Challenging’ Year
The smallest endowment in the Ivy League lost $3.2 billion in the fiscal year that ended June 30.
Columbia University Endowment Posts 0.9% Loss as CEO Departs
The percentage loss is the lowest among all the Ivies that have reported so far.
More Families Saving for College but Many Not Using 529 Plans
A new survey shows close to 60% of families are saving for college, but only 37% are using 529 plans.
Cornell Endowment Posts 3.3% Loss, Worst Among Ivies So Far
Harvard, Dartmouth and Penn also posted losses for the latest fiscal year but they were 2% or less. Yale’s endowment gained 3.4%.