Financial literacy is an essential part of planning and paying for your education. Cash Path is a Financial Literacy program started by Student Financial Services to assist students with their personal finances, including budgeting, spending, debt reduction, saving and credit issues. Learning good personal finance skills now can help you reach your goals and find success sooner. Your life goals are important, and we want to make sure you have the money to make them a reality.
Needs and Wants video from our Cash Path Workshop (11/4/2014)
Financial health can begin as a college student, even when you have little money. If you wait to be fiscally responsible until you have a “career”, you could be setting yourself up for financial hardship in the future.
Here are some resources to help guide you in establishing and maintaining financial health now!
Federal Student Aid gives you the most up to date information on aid programs, managing repayment, completing counseling, and general financial aid information.
Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation (TG) is a nonprofit company that is dedicated to helping students and families navigate financial responsibility. By creating a “myTG” login, you will have access to free spending plans, debt calculators, financial literacy and more!
The SmartStudent Guide to FinancialAid provides information about scholarships, loans, savings, military aid, calculators and more.