Let's be honest, community colleges haven't always had the best reputation. So why are so many students choosing to start at 2-year schools, and is the bad reputation really deserved?

Everyone I talk to wants to go to college for free. I mean, who wouldn’t? If you live in Indiana, I have good news for you.

What can you do when you have to pay for college entirely on your own? Here are 5 things you can do when your parents can’t help.

Applying to scholarships takes time, but it’s an investment well worth the effort! Before you begin to apply for scholarships you’ll need to get a few things in order first.

Yes, tuition is high. Yes, the student debt crisis is real. No, that doesn’t mean you need to graduate “debt free.”

I’ve been involved in a lot of conversations about college cost. I’ve found there are 5 essential questions every parent needs to ask.

About 4 out of 5 of college students work while going to school. If you’re one of them, here are three ways to get the most out of your college job.

You can help pay for college with FAFSA, but the paperwork can be frustrating. Have these 7 things ready and you can complete your FAFSA application in no time!

The days of picking just six schools may be over. Some students apply to more than 20. But what if “how many” isn’t even the right question to ask in the first place?

Scholarships. You know they're out there - but where do you find them? How do you even begin your search and find ones that you have a shot at? Here are some tips from a current American Honors student going through the scholarship search process right now.