Financial Literacy Overview
Money Management Resources
A comprehensive site from TG that offers tons of info regarding career planning, budget and money management, FAQ’s, and tools to assist with college costs and loan repayment.
This is a library of free online and mobile games that are designed to help bolster personal financial capability, self-confidence, and knowledge. This site has been praised by the Wall Street Journal.
Federal / State Student Aid
A truly comprehensive place where students can create their FSA ID, complete entrance and exit counseling, learn about different repayment options, check their loan balance, apply for loan consolidation or income-driven repayment plans, and utilize repayment estimators.
Another federal site that offers money management strategies, saving tips, and even help with earning money and identity theft.
Students will submit a yearly application for federal student aid. Students can also make changes to previously submitted aps and review their student aid report.
Provides repayment calculators, path to success plans, account balancing, and a direct line to speak with a counselor at Money Management International.
A government-issued guide to help you understand the FAFSA and your repayment options while also offering a comprehensive glossary of crucial terminology.
The National Student Loan Data System provides students a place where they can see all of their federal loans in detail.
The College Foundation of North Carolina is a great resource for our students. CFNC assists students with educational planning, career planning, and applying and paying for college.
America’s Debt Resource Organization. As our student loan debts rise over 1 trillion dollars, this site can be a very important resource in navigating the world of debt and repayment.
Allows you to see your credit score in an easy-to-read format that provides information on how credit can be affected along with guidelines to help with responsible borrowing.