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The richest man in Hong Kong just pledged to cover 5 years of tuition for an entire college class, and it’s going to cost him $14.4 million a ye...

Li Ka-Shing's announcement comes a month after Robert F. Smith pledged to pay off the Morehouse class of 2019's student loans.

Here’s how the cost of Harvard has changed throughout the years

Harvard University once cost only $400, but today tuition alone costs students $47,730.
Harvard's tuition has increased steadily over the years.

Here’s how the cost of Harvard has changed throughout the years

Harvard University once cost only $400, but today tuition alone costs students $47,730.
Graduating student Abel Charron displays a "Hire me" sign written on his mortar board before the 2007 USC School of Cinematic Arts commencement at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Going to college is one of the best investments you can make — even if it doesn’t feel like it

The study found that the average worker with a college degree earns about $33,000 more than the average high school graduate.
Some college students can't afford food or housing.

An astounding number of American college students are going hungry or homeless

A new study found that a startling number of college students can't afford food or housing — and it's a product of the growing expense of college.

Women earn 60% of bachelor’s degrees, but leave college with $2,700 more student debt than men

Women graduate with $2,700 more student debt than men, according to a new report by the American Association of University Women.

A billionaire’s surprise vow to pay Morehouse graduates’ loans is part of the newest trend in the student-debt crisis

Robert F. Smith surprised this year's Morehouse College grads by promising to pay off their student debt. He is not the first billionaire to do this.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) attends the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network post-midterm election meeting in the Kennedy Caucus Room at the Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill November 13, 2018 in Washington, DC.

Elizabeth Warren’s plan to cancel 42 million Americans’ student-loan debt could give her a huge boost in the 2020 race

77% of Democratic primary voters support the plan, while 57% of Americans at least somewhat support Warren's plan and only 21% oppose it.

Here’s how much grads earn 10 years after attending the most expensive colleges in America

We took a look at what the median student at the 20 most expensive colleges in the US earned 10 years after attending those schools.
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5 signs the scholarship you’re applying for may be a scam

Language like "limited time offer" and "winning guaranteed or your money back" are common signs of scholarship scams.