Managing your money is a big deal! We want to help you be successful with your financial life – from repaying student loans to creating a realistic budget, saving for a goal, and beyond. These resources are meant to provide Lewis & Clark students and alumni with tools for personal finance. Our hope is that you gain a better understanding of the importance of managing your finances and begin to build a foundation for future financial success as you transition from student life to life after college.
CashCourse - A financial wellness program with videos, calculators, and helpful articles to assist students with managing their finances, repaying loans, preparing financially for after graduation, and more.
MAX by AccessLex® - A free personal finance program designed exclusively for law students. Content is delivered through in-person workshops, online programming, and one-on-one counseling. Scholarship incentives are built in for motivation!
AccessConnex® by AccessLex - A free student loan helpline for graduate and professional students. Personalized counseling is available by phone, chat, or email.
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) - A complete listing of your federal student loans can be obtained through NSLDS, the U.S. Department of Education’s central database for student aid.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - A U.S. government agency dedicated to ensuring that financial companies treat consumers fairly.
Consumer.gov - A U.S. government website providing basic money protection tools.
My Money - A guide to help you make day-to-day money decisions and plan your financial goals.
Project on Student Debt - An initiative of the Institute for College Access & Success, Project on Student Debt is a nonprofit independent research and policy organization dedicated to making college more available and affordable to people of all backgrounds.
Mint.com - “Mint brings all your financial accounts together online, automatically categorizes your transactions, lets you set budgets and helps you achieve your savings goals - for free.”