Consider stopping by the Financial Aid Office to discuss budget strategies and pick up some budgeting resources. You can also find additional help at MyMoney.gov
Yes! You do not have to compromise your health just to stick to a budget. Here are some useful websites for healthy eating on a budget:
Yes! Having a social life can be affordable! Consider eating dinner in and going out for dessert or renting a DVD instead of going to the movies. Make sure you ask for any student discounts at King of Prussia Mall and other local businesses.
You don’t need a lot of money to start saving. If you save $10 every week for a year, you can save over $500!
You may be eligible for a big discount on your cellular plan and not even know it. Call your service provider to see what discounts you may be eligible for as a student.
The Federal government has a free online Loan Repayment Estimator for students to estimate how much you would pay monthly and which repayment plans works best for you.
Yes! Some banks offer student checking accounts that have advantages such as no fees and student rewards. View a useful student checking account comparison.
Yes! Even if you don't get a diploma, you still have to pay back the funds you borrowed.
Yes! Regardless if you find a job you are still responsible for paying back your student loans.