As a college student, you need an understanding of basic personal finance skills such as budgeting, managing credit, saving, and investing. To help you, Indiana State University offers a variety of free online tools as well as campus events on personal finance topics. In addition, students and families can always visit the Office of Student Financial Aid for assistance.
A good first step for improving your personal finance skills is to take advantage of the TG Learning Center, an interactive online program
that enables students and their parents and families to learn key money management techniques. This tool includes 12 modules ranging from college
costs to spending plans.
The Money Matters site is a collaboration of the Office of Student Financial Aid, the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation, and numerous Indiana State University offices.