Financial Literacy

It’s never too early to begin to practice good money management. Before you sign your first loan promissory note, to your first post-college paycheck, to your first student loan or car payment, you should become as knowledgeable as you can about the fundamentals of finance, including saving, spending, borrowing, repayment, and creditworthiness.

We’re here to help you learn how to make good choices along the way to safeguard your financial well-being in college and beyond. Below are some resources for you to consider.

budget notebooks with cash, coins, and calculator in background

Managing My Finances

Sound financial practices begin early.

Budgeting basics
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Financial Resources

Helpful resources from scholarships to tips when buying your first home.

Financial management websites
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Loan Repayment

Education loans are usually the first debt many of us take on.

Manage loan repayment
student panel

OFA Student Panel

To promote financial fluency amongst Emory students creating a support system that will promote financial wellness.

Meet the Panel