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Everyone agrees -  financial literacy skill development for college students is a must!  ​If it's not a mandatory requirement, then how can we help college students obtain the requisite life skills they need to manage money during and after college?

One way is to develop services, programs, and resources like this website to help you better understand how money matters work at TU and how to navigate and manage expenses and finances throughout your college career.  These skills also help form the foundation for requisite skills to manage your money after graduation.

It's important to understand that being able to afford your education and manage finances is an integral part of your college experience and overall success as a student!

This website is designed to help you learn about:

  • Affording college and the changing direct/indirect costs of higher education.
  • Understanding federal, state and institutional funding opportunities.
  • Identifying strategies for paying for school and other expenses.
  • Managing students loans without feeling overwhelmed.
  • Identifying which Important money management skills to develop.
  • Knowing about valuable resources available to you at no cost

Financial Services
Administration Building, Fourth Floor (map) (How to use the map link)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-5269
Fax: 410-704-4910
E-mail: mfortier@towson.edu



May 6, 2015

USM Board of Regents increase tuition for 2015-16 academic year!


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Money attitude spotlight

If you have just one credit card with a $10,000 blance and a 12% interest rate, it will take you an average of 24.9 years to pay this off while making the minimum payment.




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