Tuition-Free Schools Still An Option In USALast week, 22,000 high school students and parents checked out the Pittsburgh National College Fair at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, and the cost of tuition was on everyone's mind.
Hundreds Of Pitt Students Protest High Tuition Costs As Part Of “Million Student March”Several hundred University of Pittsburgh students blocked evening rush hour traffic Thursday in Oakland to protest the rising cost of tuition and student debt.
More Students Look To Crowdfunding To Pay College TuitionCrowdfunding is becoming more common.
Some Local Students Turning To 'Sugar Daddies' To Help Pay For CollegeCollege can be really expensive and sometimes, working a traditional job to pay for those expenses isn’t necessarily going to cut it.
Victims’ Advocate Weighs In On Local Woman’s Allegations Against CosbyThe head of a local victim's advocacy group says she's not surprised it took more than 30 years for a local woman who claims Bill Cosby abused her to come forward.
Local Woman Latest To Come Forward Accusing Bill Cosby Of Being Sexual PredatorA local woman is the latest of more than a dozen women to accuse comedian Bill Cosby of being a sexual predator.
14 Presidents Of Pa. State Schools Get RaisesAs college students struggle to pay tuition and pay off student loans, college presidents in Pennsylvania state schools are doing pretty well.
How College Scorecard Can Help With College Selection ProcessAccording to a 2013 College Board report, full-time workers with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $21,000 more annually than those who have no education beyond high school.
PASSHE Chancellor Worries Bill Could Splinter School SystemA bill that would let universities leave the state system of higher education is expected next week in the state legislature.
Many Parents Risking Retirement Funds To Send Kids To CollegeIt's a dilemma that many parents face - how to help fund a child's college education. But with tuition costs so high, financial advisors worry that parents may be risking their own retirement to help their kids.
PHEAA Warns Parents Of College-Bound Students To Be WaryIt's time for many parents to apply for financial aid to pay for their children's college tuition, but a state education agency is warning that it's also a time when many are taken in by scams.