A Milwaukee teen once in and out of foster care is now a presidential scholar.
Sharonda Wilson was looking forward to getting her diploma at her graduation from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan.
The University of Virginia men's basketball team will not be celebrating its national championship with President Donald Trump at the White House, per a statement from the head coach released Friday.
Arizona uses the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft Thursday night to pick Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, The Associated Press reported.
An 18-year-old University at Buffalo student died Wednesday after falling victim to a suspected hazing incident last week, his school's president said in a statement.
It's been just over a month since prosecutors charged 50 people, including 33 parents of college-age students, of conspiring to use their wealth to game the college admissions system.
The Hallmark Channel has announced a return date for Lori Loughlin's former TV series, "When Calls the Heart."
Mark Riddell and Rudy Meredith, two of the main cooperating witnesses in the college admissions scandal, have signed plea agreements with prosecutors in exchange for lesser sentences, according to court documents.
Second-seeded Kentucky moved past the Wofford Terriers 62-56 to advance to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament Saturday.
Rick Singer called up his client, the wealthy parent of a college student, and went into his prepared lines.
The tip that triggered the investigation into the largest alleged collegiate entrance scam ever prosecuted came from a financial executive's last-ditch effort to squirm out of the crosshairs of federal authorities, a law enforcement official tells CNN.
A New Jersey teenager is proving that you can do anything if you just set your mind to it.
The college admissions scandal reinforced for many what they have long believed: That the process can be gamed by those with wealth and influence.
For many people, the most surprising part about the revelations that wealthy parents — Hollywood celebrities, fashion designers, CEOs, lawyers and doctors — paid to get their kids into college by cheating on tests and faking athletic records, was that these families didn't get a leg up through legal channels available to those with money.
Sixteen cases of mumps have been reported by Temple University, according to Christopher Vito, associate director of public relations at Temple. He said 10 of those are confirmed, six are probable and one additional case is under investigation.
It's not the first time it's happened. Nor will it be the last.
The University of South Florida St. Petersburg confirms about 430 acceptance emails were mistakenly sent out on Saturday due to human error.
Rice University will award scholarships that will cover the cost of tuition to students from low-income and middle-income families starting next fall, the school announced Tuesday.
A federal judge ruled that the Betsy Devos-led Department of Education improperly delayed implementing a rule to give some student loan borrowers relief.
With September marking College Savings Month, take a look at the states where a college education will cost you the most.
Students at a Wisconsin high school got a huge surprise on their first day of school: An area businessman offered to pay for every graduating senior to attend a two-year technical college.
Katya Tulak was six when she immigrated from Indonesia to the US, her parents deciding to pursue a better education for their three children.
You know their work -- and perhaps more than you want about their personal lives -- now get to know their education. Here are just a few Hollywood celebrities with ties to prestigious Ivy League institutions.
As college students head back to class, those who are undecided may be feeling the pressure to choose a major – or change it.