Finance & Economy

CAP reports total student debt at $1 trillion

CAP reports total student debt at $1 trillion

As student loan debt totals $1 trillion, according to a recent report, the government must increase […]

Pell Grants safe until 2015, report suggests

While government agencies tighten their budgets as the U.S. economy recovers from recession, the Federal Pell […]

CFPB to survey financial products on campus

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau launched a campaign Thursday to examine the effect financial products marketed […]

Youth unemployment up in January, study finds

Youth unemployment up in January, study finds

Despite its reported increase in youth unemployment in January, the January 2013 Millennial Jobs report released by […]

Student loan defaults increasing, study suggests

In light of a new study finding college students more likely than ever to default on […]

College graduates face underemployment, report suggests

Almost half of college graduates are employed in jobs that do not apply knowledge gained from […]

Changing housing market poses new challenges, higher costs for students

Changing housing market poses new challenges, higher costs for students

For college students looking to leave campus and rent an apartment, things are getting harder, for over […]

More students working while enrolled in college, study suggests

More students working while enrolled in college, study suggests

The results of a study finding an increase in the number of full-time students who are […]

Freshmen see college as necessary to riches, study suggests

Freshmen see college as necessary to riches, study suggests

Despite the findings of a recent study, several Boston University students and professors said it is […]

Proposed legislation allows students to declare bankruptcy

While proposed legislation would provide loan forgiveness for students who have no way out, it could […]