financial literacy

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17 ways to be a wise college spender
Type: News Story
From using the right ATM to renting textbooks, Temple experts present 17 tips for saving money as a college student.
March 3, 2016
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Work study: Five things to know
Type: News Story
Work study, a type of need-based financial aid, goes directly to the student for work conducted on or off campus.
February 25, 2016
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Loan literacy: Six tips to borrow wisely
Type: News Story
In the latest Owl About the Money installment, our experts advise students to borrow federal loans first and to read the terms carefully.
February 18, 2016
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Grants: Where they come from and how they help
Type: News Story
Grants are a form of need-based financial assistance that will help offset tuition costs.
February 11, 2016
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Scholarships: Fantastic bucks and where to find them
Type: News Story
After filing your FAFSA, Temple experts say it’s a good idea to start searching for scholarships.
February 4, 2016
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Five things to know about the FAFSA
Type: News Story
Conquer the FAFSA with these five handy tips.
January 27, 2016
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Owl about the money
Type: News Story
Temple experts share useful advice to help you navigate paying for college.
January 26, 2016
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Low-income students succeed at Temple
Type: News Story
Data shows that Temple is at the top of Philadelphia-area universities in attracting and educating low-income students.
January 20, 2016
Temple implements registration and billing improvements
Type: Announcement
Temple's Banner Student Competency Center has announced improvements to the registration and billing process that will debut with the beginning of summer session registration.
March 22, 2013
New and enhanced financial literacy courses developed to help students manage debt
Type: News Story
As part of Temple’s renewed efforts to help students reduce and manage debt, four financial literacy courses have been designed to help students understand the complexities of college financing and to promote responsible budgeting. The courses explore topics such as taxes, savings, estate planning, major purchases, credit cards, interest rates and investments.
March 20, 2013