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Student Money Management Services

Student Money Management Services is committed to improving KU students' financial situations by empowering them to analyze their finances, make sound decisions, and commit to controlling their financial lives while at the University of Kansas and into the future.

CashCourse: Define Your Finances. Define Your Future.

CashCourse is a financial literacy tool made available to you by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE), a non-profit organization dedicated to guiding college students through personal financial decisions before, during, and after college on issues such as developing budgets, utilizing credit cards, setting financial goals, financing a college education, and assessing job offers. While utilizing CashCourse, you may be directed to other websites and organizations. Access to the CashCourse website is provided as a courtesy and does not signify that the KU Financial Aid and Scholarships (FAS) office necessarily endorses all the material on or linked from the CashCourse website.

Financial Aid TV

Financial Aid TV provides short videos on a variety of financial aid issues. The video format is another way for students to obtain answers to frequently asked financial aid questions.


Questions About Financial Aid?

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