KENNEWICK, Wash. — What's better than a hot Texas Roadhouse roll smothered in the signature cinnamon butter? Getting part of your college tuition paid for while you serve them up! As the United States job market stabilizes from a tumultuous…
Jimmy Fallon stunned three University of Texas at Austin students with a huge surprise.
It was once one of the most expensive colleges in the state. But now, Central College in Pella, Iowa, says it will drop its tuition price by $20,000. But sorry, current students -- the changes start next school year.
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.
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.
New York University will offer a scholarship that covers tuition to every new, current and future medical student, it said Thursday.
Mykehia Curry is going to be the first member of her family to go to college, but she needed a little help to get there.
Some people call LeBron James the GOAT for his prowess on the basketball court. Others say it's his work in the community that really makes him the greatest of all time.
Confused by your college financial aid letter? It's not your fault.
Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan will sign a bill this week granting scholarships to low- and middle-income students from his state to cover up to the cost of tuition for 16 of the state's community colleges.
Gilbert Olmos should be excited that he's wrapping up his freshman year at South Mountain Community College and getting one step closer to his dream of becoming a registered nurse.
Lawmakers have spared graduate students from having to start paying income tax on their tuition waivers.
Few things generate as much angst for parents as how to pay for college. But dealing with the high cost of education is nothing new if your kids spent their K-12 years in a private school. The average private-school tuition…
I am 29 years old and a single mother to a four-year-old. I contribute 6 percent to my 401(k) with a company match. I looked at several websites and they all state I'm on track for my retirement. My question is, should I put some extra money in a Roth IRA or fund a 529 plan for my daughter? --Kelly