Financial Aid

Money Management - Online Resources

Department Of Education - Personal Finance 101

Financial Awareness Counseling Tool (FACT) 

FACT is a Federal Student Aid tool that provides resources to help you manage your student loans and your finances.

The National Student Loan Data System 

An absolute must-use tool to track your personal federal student loan information. - use it to keep tabs on your outstanding debt.

Planning for College - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

If you need help understanding your financial aid award, check out the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's College Planning tool. This tool helps you make a plan to pay for costs that your award offer might not cover. It also helps you decide how much you can afford to borrow should you need to take out any additional student loans. is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education.

Mint is being reimagined on Credit Karma

Some of Mint’s most popular features are now available on Credit Karma. You’ll still be able to see your expenses and account balances in one place, track your net worth, monitor your categorized monthly cash flow, and find opportunities to save money and navigate complex financial decisions. Better yet, it’s free.

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

A free program of the nation's certified public accountants to help American understand their personal finances through every stage of life.

Students & Financial Literacy by Annuity

This site is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and provides free resources on financial literacy topics such as Budgeting, Filing a FAFSA, Student Loans, and how to financially prepare for your future post-college.

Personal Finance Glossary by Business Pundit

It can be difficult to dive into personal finance without learning some of the most commonly used terms first. Check out the personal finance glossary put together by Business Pundit so you’ll  be more prepared to dive into other financial literacy resources and make more informed choices about your financial future.