The White House on Thursday announced a proposal that President Barack Obama said would make community college “free for everybody who is willing to work for it.” But administration officials provided no details about the program’s costs or where the money would come to pay for it.
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Tuition and fees are going up at New Jersey’s flagship university for the upcoming school year.
Doesn’t your obligation to pay for your kid’s education end when they turn 18? The answer is: sometimes.
And that’s just the price for an in-state, public university. A private one will cost nearly $600,000.
In a divorced family, whose income is used to calculate whether a student gets financial aid?
The New Jersey honor student who sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home has reunited with them, and the family is now asking for privacy.
Gov. Chris Christie has held a ceremonial signing of a bill that lowers tuition costs at public colleges for New Jersey students who lack lawful immigration status.
The new additions bring to 54 the number in the Say Yes Higher Education Compact, whose members waive tuition for eligible students, Say Yes founder George Weiss said Wednesday.
Dozens of students and faculty are rallying outside a Rutgers University Board of Governors meeting that is set to consider tuition for the upcoming school year.
Out-of-state students who plan to attend Penn State University will be paying one of the steepest non-resident costs in the country according to CBS News.
Officials announced Tuesday that it will cost $194 more per year to attend schools in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. That’s up 3 percent from last year.
Temple University’s Board of Trustees voted Thursday to increase tuition by 2.8 percent for the 2013-2014 school year.
With families struggling with college costs and concern about the potential payoff of a degree, student enrollment has dropped and a growing number of colleges are adjusting their marketing strategies to attract students.
As college costs climb, so does the amount of the nation’s student loan debt. Rather than taking out another loan, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at some other ways to cut college costs.