IUPUI Student Financial Services and the Office of the Bursar have created instructional tutorial videos regarding a wide variety of college money matters. Videos include How to Complete the FAFSA, Loan Forgiveness and Repayment Information, How to View Your Bill, and other instructions related to web site navigation and conducting business with IUPUI.
The experienced staff in the IUPUI Office of Student Financial Services offer customizable Financial Success Planning presentations for on-campus classes, student organizations, and other interested parties.
This 15-month calendar includes key financial dates from June 2016 to August 2017 intended to help students plan and budget their financial resources for the year. These dates include billing due dates, refund dates, payroll dates for students that have on-campus jobs, and more! This calendar also includes several useful money management tips.
The IUPUI College Budget Balancer is an interactive web calculator that allows a user to estimate and evaluate the college costs associated with college enrollment. In addition to providing a running calculation between estimated expenses, this tool also provides financial aid resource options. Users can use this interactive tool to "do the math" in the estimation of expenses and to explore other potential financial aid possibilities, and get an idea of the need to reduce potential expenses or obtain other financial resources.
This financial planning worksheet is intended to help students identify all of their financial resources as well as their expected college costs and living expenses for the year. The information gathered through the use of this tool is intended to help students build a budget to assist in making decisions regarding borrowing amounts needed to meet their college costs.
Transit is a 60-minute online learning experience on financial literacy that focuses on critical personal finance topics such as budgeting, banking, savings, credit, and borrowing. All incoming freshmen are asked to complete this learning exercise before starting classes. Click here to learn more.
Financial Wellness permeates every piece of our lives. Indiana University’s Office of Financial Literacy was developed to provide you with information that will help expand your financial literacy. The tools, resources, and information provided are a learning opportunity that will assist you in making more sound financial decisions. Check out our tutorials and resource information at our Money $marts webpage.
CashCourse (IUPUI Partners with CashCourse to Provide Students with Free Financial Resources)
Whether you are planning for college, trying to pay for college, or graduating and thinking about your future, it has become clear that the financial decisions you make today may impact your financial livelihood well into your future. Therefore, no matter what term you choose—money management, financial literacy, or budgeting— it is important for you to know and understand your personal finances to ensure you are making good decisions for yourself and your future. To help you navigate these decisions, IUPUI has partnered with CashCourse, which provides free financial educational resources for college students.
Use CashCourse to:
• Create a budget
• Learn about the benefits of checking and savings accounts
• Protect your credit
• Plan for retirement
• Set financial goals
• Read more about financial aid
You may go to CashCourse website by clicking here:
Planning effectively for attending college can be a daunting task, whenever the process begins. Whether you will be attending within the next year or even farther out, it is our mission to provide students with accessible resources to assist students and their families in understanding how to plan and pay for college. Let the Net Price Calculator illustrate the affordability of an education at IUPUI.
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