Paying for a college education is increasingly an expensive endeavor. With sticker prices of top schools soaring over $200,000, figuring out how to pay for college is more important than ever.

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?

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.

If you’re not applying to the right scholarships, the right way, then you’re leaving money on the table. But first, you need to find them.

Adding up the cost of college? It’s more complicated than subtracting scholarships from tuition, unfortunately.

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.

With everything it takes to apply to college, why does it feel like you’re mostly just… waiting? Don’t let that downtime go to waste! Here are some of the worst of the application doldrums, and what you can do about them.

Sometimes it feels like it’s never been harder to get an American education. Check out our guest post to find out the most important questions international students must ask as they plan their US education pathway.