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Financial Literacy

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Indiana University’s Office of Financial Literacy has been established to assist students in making informed financial decisions before, during, and after college.

The goal is to provide you with information that will expand your financial literacy so you can make smart decisions throughout life. We plan to provide you with tools, resources, and information to assist in your financial decision making.

The university has developed many resources to assist you in attaining your degree. The Offices of Financial Aid at each campus should be the first stop for any student needing help paying for college.

The faculty and staff of Indiana University are also committed to student success and can be a resource for you when seeking assistance.

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CashCourse provides students with FREE resources to help develop individual money management skills

CashCourse is designed to assist individuals planning for college, currently paying for college, and students graduating who need to begin thinking more in-depth about their financial future. It is important for students and families to know how financing a college education may impact many of the decisions made throughout the college years and beyond.

CashCourse provides students and families with FREE financial educational resources that will help students and families:

  • Learn about financial aid
  • Understand and Protect Credit
  • Create Budgets
  • Learn about the benefits of Checking and Savings accounts
  • Prevent Identity Theft
  • Plan for Retirement
  • Learn about Money Management, Financial Literacy and More

Click on the link to be directed to the CashCourse website to begin planning your financial future.



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YouCanDealWithIt.com provides practical and easy-to-understand advice on how to deal with common financial situations facing today's college students and recent graduates, such as:

  • Understanding student aid, including the repayment of student loans
  • Learning effective money management, including setting a budget
  • Dealing with the dangers of credit cards while enjoying the benefits

In addition to being a resource for students, this website also provides information and tools for parents and college financial aid administrators to help them communicate accurate and effective financial advice to their prospective students, current students, and graduates.