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A view of people visiting the University of Southern California on March 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Federal prosecutors say their investigation dubbed Operation Varsity Blues blows the lid off an audacious college admissions fraud scheme aimed at getting the children of the rich and powerful into elite universities. AAllen J. Schaben | Los …
Bill McGlashan, charged in a sprawling college admissions fraud case, has left the private equity firm TPG. But each side is telling a different story about how he left.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against eight universities in connection with the massive college admission bribery scandal. Criminal charges already were filed against TV stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, and top business executives.
50 people have been charged with bribing college coaches and administrators to admit their children. Robert Frank reports.
Business executives are among those charged in a $25 million cheating scheme to help wealthy students to gain admission to top colleges.
Purdue University says it is the first four-year institution in the country to offer an income sharing agreement, or ISA. Under Purdue’s Back a Boiler program, graduates make payments for 10 years after graduation.
Courtesy Eric Chen (Photo by JHU Sheridan Libraries/Gado/Getty Images) Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Americans leave college today with more debt than ever before. Some schools are trying to reverse the trend by instituting a no-loans policy. Most recently, Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, announced he would give $1.8 billion to his alma …
Sharon Epperson reports on saving trends among parents who are putting money away for their children’s college expenses.
Sharon Epperson joins us on set to talk about common money mistakes made in college — and how to avoid them.
Most students are navigating new financial territory when they reach college. Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes.
Sharon Epperson explains how a 529 could help you save for education expenses.
As debt repayment plans gain steam, Fidelity starts a program to let employers make after-tax contributions towards workers’ loans.
Borrowers with good income and credit are refinancing their student debt at lower rates, but they may lose some consumer protections.
Expect to pay even more to finance educational expenses as interest rates will rise for the 2017-2018 academic year.
How your student loan servicer handles extra payments could cost you a lot extra in the long run.