The financial wellness of our students is very important to us. This webpage contains information which may help UofL students with questions about money and finances. A great education is a worthwhile investment in yourself. Couple that with learning to better manage your personal finances and your future becomes even brighter.
We encourage students to attend and participate in various financial literacy activities offered at the University of Louisville. Look for event announcements from SGA, Student Affairs, various student led organization, and others. Many of these events will provide information on credit and debit cards, insurance, contracts, income taxes, budgets, loans and financial aid, banking, savings, credit reports and more.
PNC, the official bank of the University of Louisville, offers financial education for students. PNC My Finance Academyis a free tool that provides information, insights and ideas that may help as you work toward building healthy financial habits for high school, college and beyond.
Commonwealth Credit Union has partnered with UofL to offer students, faculty/staff, and alumni with online financial success resources. The link provides interactive and engaging content to help students understand financial wellness.
While visiting the U.S. Department of Education website you can browse their tutorials about managing your finances. But more importantly, you should consider utilizing their loan repayment calculator and simulators to understand your future loan responsibilities and avoid default.
The federal government also offers MyMoney.gov, a website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. The site offers interactive features and resources to Americans seeking information that can enlighten their personal financial decisions. Money management tools include a financial savings calculator, worksheets for establishing a weekly budget, a college preparation checklist, among others.
The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA), offers a Money Management website that contains various financial literacy links and tools. You can also download their Its Money, Baby financial flyer which is a great introduction to financial literacy concepts.
How may we assist you?
A dedicated student and communication service account is monitored by a team equipped to provide assistance to students.
Email Financial Aid Service at: email@example.com
A dedicated call center is available to assist with all phone inquiries.
Call Student Financial Aid at: (502) 852-5511