Financial Resources

Financial Resources

CashCourse

CashCourse is FREE to all students. It is a website that helps you make informed financial decisions throughout your college years and into your professional life. There are useful tools, helpful articles, and fun quizzes to test your knowledge.

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Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students will point you in the direction for financial assistance depending on your needs and they offer a fund for students who have unexpected emergency expenses. Check out the link for the Emergency Fund.

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Office of Scholarship and Student Aid

The Office of Scholarship and Student Aid website offers lots of information about the cost of attendance and financial aid. They also offer informational resources, like the Financial Management for College Students guide, which can help you get organized, create a budget, and think ahead. (Note: sign in with your Onyen).

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Counseling & Psychological Services

CAPS offers individual counseling and assessment services as well as campus events and small group programs on a variety of topics. They can help you address the root causes of any stress and figure out how to manage them.

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Bankrate.com

The link below takes you to bankrate.com’s Credit Card Calculator. This tool helps you figure out how long it will take you to pay off a loan based on your minimum payment, interest rate, etc. and how much you will end up paying. The website as a whole offers other tools to help you find a credit card that’s right for you and to help you manage your finances overall!

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The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve offers a great, simple glossary to help you navigate credit card jargon, as well as other informational tools and resources about credit cards, credit scores, credit reports, and more.

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Mint

Here you can collect your financial information from different accounts into one place, and from there create a budget and examine your cash flow. Plus, you get to do it all for free!

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College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC)

This resource offers free tools to help you “plan, apply, and pay for college” and your career beyond the university.

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