Use of wait lists grows at colleges, but percentage who actually get offers is down.

Stress and economic concerns up among college applicants, according to Princeton Review survey.

National Association of Colleges and Employers release spring forecast for hiring new college grads that is 10.2 percent higher than last year.

Counselors offer tips on revisiting colleges before making the final commitment to attend.

New figures from the Federal Reserve show senior citizens owe substantial student loan debt.

Some elite colleges report record applications and lower acceptance rates.

First Look report from U.S. Department of Education reveals continued growth in college enrollment, but pace slower than last year.

College-admission tests ramp up security in light of cheating scandal.

NACAC survey finds college notification of acceptance by electronic means increasing.

Lumina Foundation releases report chronicling college degree attainment by major cities, states and counties.


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