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Cultivating Currency

http://publish.illinois.edu/cultivatingcurrency
A new website on campus that curates content that is relevant to student financial wellness.

Financial Literacy Badges

http://go.uillinois.edu/Flbadges
A program for earning digital badges for participating in financial education events.

Get $avvy Webinar - Love Your Loan: Student Loan Repayment

http://uofi.uillinois.edu/calendar

iBudget Video

http://media.itcs.illinois.edu/sfl
Provided by the Student Money Management Center and University Student Financial Services and Cashier Operations, this tool provides students an educational 30-minute money management presentation on budgeting, banking and credit.

iGrad Financial Literacy Platform.

https://www.igrad.com/sso/UI.ashx

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Center for Economic and Financial Education

www.cefe.illinois.edu
Offers a "Get Financially Fit" series for PDF download.

Money Smart U Blog

http://www.moneysmartweek.org/money_smart_u_blog
This blog helps students "Spend like a broke student today, so you won't have to tomorrow."

Office of Minority Student Affairs www.omsa.illinois.edu
Provides counseling services to students and helps develop, implement and coordinate student support services and activities designed to assist underrepresented students' personal development, academic achievement, and graduation.

Office of Student Financial Aid - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

www.osfa.illinois.edu
Create a realistic budget by completing the Personal Expense and College Monthly Budget Worksheets.

Student Legal Services

www.odos.illinois.edu/sls
Learn about your credit history, collection agencies, court costs and other legal services. Brochures are available on the topics: "Beware of Internet Fraud", "Can You Afford to Drive a Car?", "Collection Agencies and Your Credit History", "Court Costs and Filing Fees", "Drugs and Your Financial Aid", "Gambling", "Identity Theft", as well as many others.
Brochure: You and Your Credit







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