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MONEY MANAGEMENT BASICS
FINANCIAL AID 101
IF YOU'RE STRUGGLING FINANCIALLY
Associated Students Community Financial Fund (CFF) Financial Literacy Workshops
. Associated Students Community Financial Fund offers weekly workshops designed for undergraduate students to develop their money management skills and learn tools, tips, and information on campus resources to successfully navigate their finances. For more information on workshops and schedules, visit the AS Cashier's Office across from Corwin Pavilion and next to the MultiCultural Center (UCen 1535) or call (805) 893-2064.
“Tips for Financial Success” Workshops.
The Alumni Association and the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships offer financial workshops each year. In particular, their “Tips for Financial Success” workshop has featured alumni engaged in the financial industry, including insurance services, financial management, and financial aid. Look for these sessions each fall quarter and get the scoop on financial budgeting, investing, student loans, credit cards, and other important financial information that will help you stay stress-free and successful at UCSB.
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45 Financial Survival Tips No College Student Should Be Without!
(Amazon Kindle e-Book, 2011)
Broke! College Students Reveal the Secrets to Getting by on Less
Tony U. Boyle,
The College Kid's Guide To Student Credit Cards: Get Valuable Credit Card Tips On How To Use Credit Card For Students So You Can Build Good Credit And Develop Your Money Skills Early On In Life
Renting Your First Apartment
The World's Easiest Pocket Guide to Getting Your First Credit Card
(Northfield Publishing, 2002)
Kalman Chany with Geoff Martz,
Paying for College Without Going Broke
(Princeton Review, 2009).
Getting Through College Without Going Broke: A Crash Course on Finding Money for College and Making it Last
(Natavi Guides, 2003).
1000 Best Smart Money Secrets for Students
(Sourcebooks, 2005. Also in Amazon e-Kindle edition)
Jordan E. Goodman and Jordan Goodman,
Everyone’s Money Book on College
Mark Kantrowitz with Doug Hardy,
FastWeb College Gold: The Step-by-Step Guide to Paying for College
Zero Debt for College Grads: From Student Loans to Financial Freedom
Financial Basics: A Money Management Guide for Students
(Ohio State University Press, 2004).
Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in your Twenties and Thirties
(Fireside Press, 2000).
How to Get Rid of Credit Card Debt! A Comprehensive Guide to Eliminating Credit Card, Student Loan & Mortgage Debt
(Amazon Kindle e-Book, 2011)
How to Wipe Out Your Student Loans and Be Debt Free Fast: Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply
(Atlantic Publishing Company, 2009).
Money Management for College Students
(Frederick Fell Trade, 2002).
10 Things College Students Need to Know About Money
Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez,
Your Money or Your Life
40 Money Management Tips Every College Student Should Know
(National Endowment for Financial Education, 2008) (download for free at www.smartaboutmoney.org > Resource Library > College)
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