5:32 - Lumina Foundation Strategy Director Zakiya Smith and SavingForCollege.com founder Joe Hurley on how to maximize the benefits of 529 plans to pay for college.
1:26 - FBN’s Liz Claman on the college degrees that will get you out of student debt the fastest.
4:30 - FOX News contributors Julie Roginsky and Jedediah Bila weigh in on the debate in Washington over student loan rates.
3:28 - Blind Brook-Rye Union Free School District Superintendent William Stark on marketing the school to non-residents in an effort to boost revenue.
6:05 - Actor and entrepreneur John Ratzenberger on why more people should consider learning trades such as plumbing rather than going to college.
4:39 - StudentAdvisor.com Editor-in-Chief Dean Tsouvalas on the steps to maximizing your financial aid for school.
3:13 - ‘College (Un)Bound’ author Jeff Selingo argues the big business of college is hurting students’ education.
6:54 - Economic Policy Institute’s Christian Dorsey, economist Lindsey Piegza and former George W. Bush Political Director Matt Schlapp on many colleges reducing tuition costs.
3:14 - National Right to Work Committee V.P. Greg Mourad on what is needed to improve the U.S. educational system.
3:54 - Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on the benefits of a college degree compared with the debt incurred to pay for it.
4:37 - Nat Smitobol of IvyWise on what to do if you are still wait-listed at your top choice school
3:49 - Coursera founder Daphne Koller on the many courses offered online for free.
4:14 - Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on the alternatives to a costly college education.
7:18 - Marie Groark on how The Get Schooled Foundation is using Facebook to match up students with money for college
6:03 - TopColleges.com founder Steve Goodman and conservative activist Ron Myers on the rising costs of a college education.
4:47 - University of Iowa medical student Shady Henien on his alternative to rising student loan debt.
6:10 - Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath, former George W. Bush White House Aide Dee Dee Benkie and Progressive columnist Rick Ungar on concerns over mounting student loan debt.
2:57 - Attorney Dan Schorr on the lawsuit against 18 schools for allegedly misleading information on the success rate for post-graduation jobs.
4:48 - Attorney John R. Parker, Jr., on the class-action lawsuit against 18 law schools.
9:48 - FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus discuss the point of a college education.
2:55 - Senior vice president for Franklin Templeton Investments’ North America advisory services division Roger Michaud weighs in on the increase of grandparents opening 529 plans for their grandchildren.
4:07 - FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers on how colleges are trying unique ways to bring down the costs of tuition for students.
4:38 - Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on the growing student-debt problem.
6:15 - Author Ross Perlin and Terry Michael of the Washington Center for Politics & Journalism debate whether interns should be paid for their work.
3:04 - FBN’s John Stossel discusses why everyone doesn’t need to go to college.
3:27 - Finaid.org Publisher Mark Kantrowitz compares the debt and earnings of non-degree certification recipients with those that receive traditional bachelor’s degrees.
3:10 - FBN’s John Stossel discusses whether everyone should go to college and if it’s worth the cost.
4:14 - Pave CEO Sal LaHoud on how the company’s alternative model to student loan debt.
1:30 - FBN's Rich Edson on the Supreme Court siding with student's reselling textbooks.
5:12 - Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on colleges’ efforts to attract students with deals and discounts.
2:23 - FBN's Peter Barnes breaks down the value of a college degree.
3:56 - NYU Professor Andrew Ross on the exorbitant fees being given to departing professors.
2:14 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on the state of education in America.
3:23 - “Hacking Your Education” author Dale Stephens on why people should consider the alternatives to college to achieve success.
5:00 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on rising student loan debt.
2:28 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on the factors driving the growth in student loan debt.
5:45 - Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng on how the organization is able to offer classes from top universities online for free.
4:15 - Admissions expert Kat Cohen on the factors college admissions look at when considering potential students.
4:33 - StudentsFirst founder Michelle Rhee on Obama's Pre-K proposal and efforts to reform the U.S. educational system.
2:24 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on the loan debt facing students once they graduate from college.
4:06 - APSCU CEO Steve Gunderson on Senators reintroducing a bill allowing access to college grads' salaries.
6:04 - USAA’s Scott Halliwell on the key decisions you need to make early in your career
1:25 - King’s College Professor of Business and Economics Brian Brenberg on how profitable businesses can help the community.
1:24 - The King’s College Professor of Business and Economics Brian Brenberg on college student’s perceptions of business.
2:26 - Shopper's Market: Graduates with the least amount of debt attend these schools
3:38 - FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers on how to look past the sticker price on the colleges your child is looking to attend.
3:42 - Former Washington, DC School Chancellor Michelle Rhee on the challenges she faced in reforming the city’s school system.
4:21 - Khan Academy founder Salman Khan on the success of his online educational lectures.
5:07 - FBN’s John Stossel on the growth of charter schools such as Sci Academy in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.
3:33 - Attorney Evangeline Gomez on growing amount of student loan defaults.
3:12 - Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on three colleges suing graduates who defaulted on student loans.
1:48 - Shopper's Market: Higher education facing crisis like tech and real estate
3:58 - “Entering the Shift Age” author David Houle on what is needed to reduce student loan debt.
4:29 - The Minerva Project founder Ben Nelson on how the project helps students get an Ivy League education online at a fraction of the cost.
4:55 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the state of education in America.
1:58 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on public colleges spending more on athletics than academics as students struggle to pay for rising tuitions.
5:18 - Author Naomi Schaeffer Riley on the decreasing rate of college enrollment and what can be done to halt the slide.
1:34 - “The 30-Day Love Detox” author Dr. Wendy Walsh and conservative columnist Jedediah Bila on a website that helps young people find a “sugar daddy” or “sugar momma.”
3:06 - “The 30-Day Love Detox” author Dr. Wendy Walsh and conservative columnist Jedediah Bila on young women using a ‘sugar daddy’ match-making website to help pay for college.
6:13 - “From Preschool to Grad School” author Kim Palacios and Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on the rising costs of a college education.