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Financial Resources

Feeling prepared financially can help set you up to succeed in college and in life. Here are the tools and resources that you can use to find ways to pay for college.

Resources:
  • Career Services is a great place to visit when exploring what you want to do as a career and/or how to get there.

  • The Dean of Students Office can help international students who are having financial hardship explore the option of using their $4,000 deposit to pay for schooling.

  • Learn about the financial aid options you have at BYU!

  • You can review the Financial Fitness Center website for tips on sticking to a budget while buying textbooks, shopping for groceries, choosing housing, and more. You can also meet with a financial fitness specialist to discuss a spending plan, loan management, and setting financial goals.

  • If you are experiencing food and/or housing insecurity, you are not alone and there are resources available. Visit foodandhousinginsecurity.byu.edu for more information.

  • The Marriage & Financial Aid Workshop is designed to help students make sure they are getting the most federal financial aid possible after getting married.

  • Multicultural students at BYU can reach out to Multicultural Student Services about scholarship opportunities through that office.

  • There are a lot of options for paying for college. This handout will help walk you through options that BYU students frequently use.

  • Working part time can help you pay for school and other associated costs. The added benefit of working on campus is that you don't need to travel far to get to work — making it easier to squeeze work hours in between classes. Click here for student employment opportunities.

  • Undocumented students, including DACA students, at BYU can learn more about the financial resources available to them through the Dreamers website.