The Office of Financial Aid is excited to announce the development of a pilot program for financial literacy called Statesmen $ense. Through a variety of workshops and other resources, we hope to improve student financial awareness and knowledge.
Whether you are an incoming freshman, transfer student, or graduate, the resources of Statesmen $ense are available to help you through the transition.
Financial Literacy Toolkit: My iGrad
Your money management survival kit. This interactive website is full of practical information and tips. You’ll find resources for:
- Creating a budget
- Applying for scholarships
- Managing your student loans
- Searching for internships and jobs
Register at: http://www.igrad.com/schools/rbc
My Student Loan Advisor
RBC and Solutions at ECMC have partnered to help students manage educational loans. The resources of Solutions are available to RBC students free of charge.
Contact Solutions at ECMC by phone at 1-877-331-3262 or visit their website at www.ecmcsolutions.org to connect through email or web chat with one of their counselors.
Ask them any of your student loan questions:
- One-on-one federal student loan repayment advice
- How to make payments
- Know what you owe
- Forbearances and deferments – what they are and why do you need them?
- Student loan forgiveness
My Loan Finder
Keeping track of your student loans can be tricky. Visit the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS) to access information on federal loan and/or grant amounts, loan status, and the current loan servicer.
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