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This page was created by staff and faculty in the Department of Health Sciences to provide more resources on financial literacy to our students and create a central location for students to access this information. Financial Literacy is the ability to understand financial skills like budgeting and investing from day-to-day expenses to long-term saving. These resources will hopefully offer students the ability to increase and gain more knowledge on the topic.

UNC Based Resources

New Financial Well-Being Director

This role is designed to support Carolina Students who are curious about the foundational tenets of financial well-being and to equip them with lifelong knowledge.

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Office of Scholarships and Student Aid

The mission of the Office of Scholarships and Student aid is to ensure students can study at Carolina regardless of their ability to pay. Here you will find current announcements coming from their office, resources, upcoming events, and contacts.

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Financial Literacy Resources

This page is provided to you by the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid to offer free resources to all students both Undergraduate and Graduate with workshops, events, and classes to help with learning more on financial literacy and help develop your knowledge on the right financial choices for you.

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Budgeting Calculator 

This page will help you understand your costs and estimate your expenses with the budgeting calculator.

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Health Science Library

This resource is provided to you by the Health Science Library. Here you will find helpful areas for undergraduate, graduate, and minority students regarding available scholarships, programs, and awards.

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Financial Wellness 101

Webinar offered to students that gives you the opportunity to learn real-life lessons from career-investment and financial planning professionals.

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363 Personal Finance, Wealth Building, and Public Policy

Course offered at the University to help students build basic financial principles and other important knowledge. Please view to the page for the sample syllabus and more information on the course.

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State Resources

Financial Literacy Council

Information on The North Carolina Financial Literacy Council is found on the above page. This council is housed in the North Carolina Department of Justice and is responsible for helping deliver financial literacy education and more.

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State Employees Credit Union

The State Employees Credit Union offers Financial Education Resources with articles and other resources to help increase your knowledge on the topic.

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Center for Economic Education

This resource is provided by the North Carolina Council on Economic Education. Here there is a selection of information involving course guides, interactive tools, and more to increase your knowledge. Payment may be required for these resources.

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College Foundation

The College Foundation of North Carolina provides planning resources for students to help manage your personal finances. Many of the resources on this page are offered free to students.

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Federal Resources


Information given by The Financial Literacy and Education Commission to increase access to financial services for all Americans.

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Department of Health Sciences Resource

Perry Studevent, Sr. Assistant Director of Financial Aid & Student Services

Perry is the financial aid manager for the Department of Health Sciences. To learn more about his background and responsibilities please view the Office of Student Services page.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This video has great information about how to negotiate your first professional salary.

Most students use a combination of loans, scholarships, and part-time work to support themselves during graduate school. This document provides an overview of those sources of financial support and is a great guide to help you get started.