College students and brand-new graduates entering the workforce are the backbone of our future successes and financial sustainability. Financially literate habits will ensure that our future is in smart, capable hands.

These financial literacy skills that you learn before transitioning into the real world will fuel your goals, plans, and entrepreneurial desires for the rest of your life. Having a strong foundation, and practicing money management as a student, can provide you the experience you need to grow and flourish.

This page contains helpful resources, programs, and interactive tools to help you get started or build upon your financial knowledge.


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GreenPath Financial Wellness
A free program available to all students through the Harvard University Employee Credit Union. GreenPath offers free credit and debt counseling over the phone. On their online platform they offer a wide variety of financial education tools and resources including videos, e-courses, games, calculators and more.
CashCourse for Students
Register for free to find your assignments and other financial tools and start taking charge of your money!


Saving and Investing for College
How much? When? What kind of account? How to tackle the big questions around college financial planning.
10 Lessons in Financial Literacy
The college years are a key time to pick up smart money habits, begin building credit, and learn to manage both a budget and debt. Financial advisors recommend studying the following measures in this article.
Financial Aid Basics
College is expensive, but financial aid can make it a lot cheaper. Learn the basics of financial aid here.
Tips for Paying Off Student Loans
Here are five tips on how to pay off student loans fast!
New Graduate Financial Basics
Regardless of their financial situation, each college graduate needs to utilize the same basic tools to set themselves up for long-term financial success. Here are 6 financial necessities for new college grads.
5 Financial Mistakes New Graduates Must Avoid
How graduates approach financial planning in the first few years after college can set the tone for their financial habits down the road. By adhering to a strategy and plan, recent college graduates can avoid mistakes in how they deal with their personal finances.


Student Budget Calculator
Use this calculator to help analyze your budget as a full-time student.
FAFSA Repayment Estimator
Use this calculator to predict a repayment plan with the student loans you have now.
Your Future Income Calculator
Use the link below to research likely starting salaries for the type of job you’ll be looking for. Then, use the other tools in this section to see how that translates to a monthly paycheck and build a future budget for your future paycheck.
Debt Optimizer
Open a free account and learn how to manage your current debt, and more.

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