You've probably spent tons of time reading about college tuition, financial aid, scholarships, and loans - but that shouldn't be the end of your college financial research. When you get to campus, you may want extra help navigating the next four years and all of the financial decisions along the way.
Find out how the school you attend can help you with the dollars and cents through its programs and resources. Here's what Clemson University offers.
Clemson University provides comprehensive financial aid resources for transfer students, international students, military students and families, senior citizen students, continuing undergraduate students, graduate level students, and students considering studying abroad. Co-op and internship financial aid information and resources can be found here.
Check out the university’s Financial Literacy Page with links to:
Budgeting resources, tips and strategies
Savings resources, tips, apps, and access to a savings worksheet
On Clemson University’s Healthy Campus Wellness page, there is a small section about financial wellness with links to a few helpful relative articles.
The Clemson University’s Human Resources Department offers a Financial Literacy Series through on-campus seminars and workshops ranging from topics related to retirement to millenial financial planning.
The Academic Success Center offers financial literacy-based workshops throughout the year for students to learn about a variety of related topics. These are offered under the Success Strategy Workshop Initiative along with links to helpful videos, additional workshops, and tutoring.
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