Undergraduate

Undergraduate

Financial literacy is the knowledge required for the management of personal finances and is a necessity for financial health. It creates a perspective that allows individuals to avoid financial pitfalls and to be able to make wise decisions with their money. This section of the web site provides information on various aspects of financial literacy. We are covering these topics for all students and offering you the tools to become financially responsible. By reading these materials, you will be able to make good choices at the same time that you are developing strong financial management habits.

Freshmen

Financial Survival for Freshmen

Financial decisions are made every day, from how much to borrow on a credit card to how to manage a checking account to whether to pay for dinner on a disappointing date. Like it or not, the benefits and risks associated with financial decisions are now yours. Freshman year is often a student's first attempt at managing their own finances. The links below will assist you in learning how to make good financial decisions.

 

Sophomores and Juniors

Our society is full of opportunities to spend. By developing a budget, you can control your money and limit your spending. The links below will assist you with basic strategies for managing finances wisely and for completing degree work in a timely manner.

Financial Success for Sophomores

Financial Continuity for Juniors

 

Real World Finances for Seniors

You have finally done it—earned that coveted degree. Now it is time to enter The Real World, the place that you talked about for years as if it were a planet in a distant galaxy. College graduates face several hurdles when they enter the job market, among them are student loan obligations. Simply put, pay off as much as possible as quickly as you can. Listed below are links to help you navigate this new chapter in your life.

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Financial Continuity for Transfer Students

Financial decisions are made every day, from how much to borrow on a credit card to how to manage a checking account to whether to pay for delivered pizza or oven made pizza at home. Our society is full of opportunities to spend. By developing a budget, you can control your money and limit your spending. The links below will assist you with basic strategies for managing finances wisely.

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