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Financial Resources

Feeling financially prepared can help set you up to succeed in college and in life. You can use these resources to help pay for college.
  • Career Services is a great place for when you are exploring careers and what it will take to get there.

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

  • There are multiple financial aid options at BYU.

  • Financial Fitness has tips on sticking to a budget while buying textbooks, shopping for groceries, choosing housing, and more. Schedule an appointment with Financial Fitness 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 for more information.

  • The Marriage & Financial Aid Workshop helps students be sure they are getting the most federal financial aid possible after getting married.

  • Multicultural Student Services (MSS) helps multicultural students by providing scholarship opportunities through their office.

  • Our Paying for College handout shares some of the options you have to pay for college.

  • Y Jobs has lots of on campus student employment opportunities. Plus, 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.

  • Undocu-Student Support Services provides information about financial resources for undocumented students, including DACA students.

  • The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers free passes to university students. Check their current routes and schedules for the rail and buses.