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Appropriate Use of Electronic Resources
Financial Literacy Government Websites
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
This site contains information on how to pay back student loans, create a budget, and develop basic money management skills for now and the future.
FAFSA.gov (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
This is the government's site with access to to filling out the the Student Federal Aid forms for FREE.
The Department of Education site that informs students of the various types of aid available and their eligibility.
Student Loan Borrower Assistance
The National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project is a resource for borrowers, their families, and advocates representing student loan borrowers.
This site contains information about various student loans and TEACH grants. Students can also learn more about Public Service Loan Forgiveness programs. (PSLF)
Personal Finance for the College Student
National Endowment for Financial Education
"Based on one of NEFE’s most popular publications, this workshop helps young people learn how to take control of their money instead of letting their money take control of them."
Smart about Money
Free online courses on how to create an emergency savings account, a housing account, and a transportation account. Great advice and lessons throughout website.