Financial Fitness – Debt Management
Enhance your financial literacy skills and knowledge by learning more about practical financial topics; budgeting, money management, credit, debt management, scholarships/grants, loan repayment/forgiveness, and more!
The Student Services Center has partnered with CashCourse.org, a free, non-commercial website aimed at helping you improve your financial skills.
Paying for Residency
For those students looking to plan residency trips and interviews, the AAMC has created a web page that outlines the details concerning costs for ERAS applications, the National Resident Matching Program, and links for additional information. They have also produced an extensive video in response to comments and questions from medical students regarding the process of applying and paying for residency. You can view that video and review the posted information here.
Webex Teleconference Only
We're glad to welcome back Mr. Kevin Regan of Ridgeline Financial for our first installment of the financial fitness speaker series. Mr. Regan will introduce various topics like credit, insurance, and investing as well as take your questions. This presentation is mandatory for all first year students but all are welcome to attend. This will be an on-line only presentation starting at 6PM EST on Wednesday September 30th. Please register in advance at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Q3ni1ZdeRjWpb4S7-Cm9GA After registering you will receive a confirmation e-mail with details about joining the meeting.
January 29thth, 2020
Your credit score matters but what determines my score? How can I work to better it? Should I have more than one credit card? If you have questions like these or anything related to your credit please join us for Credit Matters on January 29th. Todd Murphy from Prime Financial Services will be on hand in the Massey Auditorium at 6PM to help you better understand and manage your credit.