An 11-year-old boy receiving three degrees became the youngest graduate at American River College this year, by far.
In today’s Jobs Report, Jill Schlesinger looks at the prospects for new college grads.
Some Oakland leaders want to give every student entering kindergarten a college savings account. It sounds like a noble idea, but critics said the city has more pressing needs.
A college in the South Bay is getting a multi-million dollar boost. Kiet Do has more on the former venture capitalist Jeff Miller, the man behind the largest donation ever in the university’s history.
Some former Bay Area college students are trying to figure out what to do next after learning this weekend that there would be no class anytime soon at Heald College, WyoTech or other educational institutions run by Corinthians College.
If you want to come to the United States and get a job, it’s a well-known secret that a student visa is the easy ticket in, and all you need is $20,000 to enroll in the right university.
Study Finds California Community College Students Performing Better In Classrooms Than Online Courses
A newly-released study of more than 200,000 California community college students raises questions about the effectiveness of taking college courses online.
A UC Santa Cruz college issued an apology for insensitivity after Mexican food was served during an intergalactic-themed school party, prompting complaints from students.
This week’s standout podcasts include an episode of the Security Brief that examines the issue of college hazing and an installment of the Wavemaker Conversations that takes a lot hazing within the Greek system.
Stanford University will become a little more affordable for some students as an announcement has been made for the expansion of its financial aid program.