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Money Matters Prezi

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Peggy Metzger

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Getting through college with financial health.
MONEY MATTERS
for $UCCE$$

Borrowing
Paying for college
Graduating and Repaying
Most students need to borrow money to go to college.
How can you get through with the least amount of debt?
Borrow only what you need
Pay it off as you go
Graduate in a timely fashion
Budget! Live like a student!
Making Progress
THE FOUR YEAR PLAN
Financial Aid @
fafsa.gov
Choose a repayment plan
Pay on time
Avoid default
Get help with problems
Scholarships
use the Google!
"free scholarship search"
INSTALLMENT PLANS
Housing: http://www.humboldt.edu/housing/future/rates.php
Tuition: http://www.humboldt.edu/studentfinancial/tuition_fees.html
Visit us at the Financial Aid Office:
AID LIMITATIONS
BUDGETING
http://www.humboldt.edu/finaid/budget.php
INCOME
EXPENSES
Spend less than you make.
Interactive budgeting tool:
Live like a student, while you are a student....so you don't have to live like a student after you graduate.
READ THIS! Good stuff in here
What's the difference between
Subsidized and Unsubsidized loans?
Graduating in four years (or two if you are a transfer student) prevents you from incurring too much debt, or running up against aid limitations.
http://www.humboldt.edu/humboldt/programs/type
Four year plans of each HSU major are here:
You cannot be eligible for financial aid indefinitely. Limits and caps are in place to help ensure you make timely progress to degree. Details are here.
http://www.humboldt.edu/finaid/2014_aid_limitations.html
Apply as early as possible after January 1 of each year!
Financial aid
Part-time job
Savings,
Help from family
Tuition and Fees
Housing
Food
Transportation
Internet, phone, computer, personal supplies
Working
A part-time job can help you:
Earn money for living expenses
Get connected to HSU
Develop professional skills
www.humboldt.edu/career
http://studentaid.ed.gov/repay-loans
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