Financial Literacy Resources

AccessLex – A variety of online resources for law students, including guides to “Financing Your Legal Education” and “The Road to Zero: A Strategic Approach to Student Loan Repayment”.

Annual Credit Report – A website offering free annual credit reports from each of the three major bureaus.

Avoiding Student Aid Scams - A Department of Education website providing information on how to avoid financial aid scams and keep your personal information safe. – A website that provides free financial calculators and money management tools.

Federal Trade Commission – Consumer education on credit reporting, repairs, and debt relief.

NSLDS – National Student Loan Data System provides loan information for borrowers, including loan amounts, interest rates, and servicer contact information. An FSA ID and password are required. – A Department of Education website containing information on preparing for college, types of federal aid programs, federal aid eligibility criteria, application process and loan repayment. – A Department of Education website containing a repayment estimator, income-driven repayment plan application, loan consolidation application, entrance/exit counseling, and numerous other loan resources. An FSA ID and password are required for most functionalities.

Student Loan Repayment Webinar – Presented by Dr. Jeffrey Hanson, Ph.D., a nationally-recognized student loan and finance expert.

Repaying Your Student Loans – A Department of Education resource detailing loan repayment.

Student Loan Repayment Checklist – A Department of Education resource offering loan repayment quick tips for before and after repayment begins.