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Resources of Undergraduates

Financial Literacy Resources

NSLP Financial Literacy Online offers interactive online courses designed to assist Undergraduate Students. These courses will helps students understand budgeting, contracts, credit, credit history, financing education and identity theft. The presentations are offered in multiple formats including: mp3s and videocasts. Resources such as financial workbooks, practical exercises, and links to additional sites are also available.

Adventures In Education provides financial tips for students regarding managing credit and debt wisely. The resources on this page will help students understand how they can become a responsible credit card user.

Welcome to The Bad Credit Hotel

The Department of Treasury and the Ad Council teamed together to develop an interactive online game to help young adults develop the skills to combat excessive debt and increase their financial illiteracy.

Play the Game!

Credit Card Debt - A Student's Story

A Student's Story - Credit Card Debt

Don't fall into the trap of bad spending habits in college, especially when you use credit cards. In this video, a college graduate explains how living like a professional and accumulating debt while in college forced her to live like a student once she completed her degree.

Watch the video

Additional Financial Literacy Links:

Financial Awareness Basics provides everything you need to make smart decisions about your financial future. There are also tips and tools available for to help you manage your money and prepare you for financial success.

Wise Borrower hosts a variety of tutorials designed to help you understand the basics of personal finance and debt management.

Cash Course has information that will help you make informed financial decisions throughout your college years and even into your post-college professional life.

MyMoney is dedicated to teaching the basics of financial education. This is a helpful resource, especially if you need advice or assistance to buy a home, balance your checkbook, or invest in your 401k.

Virginia Financial Aid Blog is a blog hosted by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV), it is an "online resource for students, parents, and education personnel who are seeking information about federal and state financial aid." 

Student Loan Exit Counseling is a requirement for all student loan borrowers to complete at the end of their program. The Central Financial Aid Office provides various ways to fulfill this requirement.