From providing support for entrance exams to tuition for college courses, the Montgomery GI Bill provides education benefits for members of the military.
The Timberwolves are more than one player away from contending, but one big player is in town. Indiana’s Cody Zeller worked out for the team — a solo work out, which means he’s really good and they already know a lot about him.
Is the stairwell video real or fake?
The biggest trend in restaurants right now is fast casual. You can get burritos at Chipotle and burgers at Five Guys.
New research shows one in four students at the University of Minnesota is diagnosed with a form of mental illness every year. There are so many cases, in fact, the University’s mental health services is struggling to with demand.
More Americans have college debt now than at any time in our history, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
Funding cuts from cash-strapped legislatures across the country are prompting state universities to raise tuition, but some public institutions are trying to buck the trend.
Star power forward Trevor Mbakwe has decided to return to Minnesota next season after a knee injury wiped out his senior year.
On most college campuses: who’s got more power? The president or the head football coach? At Penn State the answer is fairly clear: it was the head coach. So do college coaches have too much power?
Protestors created a scene when Gov. Mark Dayton visited St. Cloud State University Thursday.
St. Paul Police chased a man who wouldn’t pull over, and later found out he was driving drunk.
Though many students would prefer to procrastinate as long as possible, ultimately that May 1st deadline will come and a decision must be made. When it comes down to the choice between two or three schools, however, the decision can become very difficult.
The cost may be the most blatant difference between attending a public or private university, but what if the cost turns out to be the same after financial aid? This is when many students are left wondering what each type of school can offer, and whether one is worth more than the other.
Most people wouldn’t get excited about moving into a tiny room with a stranger alongside hundreds of 18 year olds. For any soon-to-be college freshman, however, receiving a roommate and dorm assignment is the thrilling moment when college becomes real.
Often the first decision in the college application process is whether to go to a public or private college. So what to choose? Public or private? The answer isn’t as simple as the question.