Financial Counseling



Financial Counseling

Meet with a Peer Money Mentor (PMM)

St. Kate's PMMs are available to meet for one-on-one appointments or to do group counseling sessions. Areas of expertise in which they can assist students include:

  • Basic Budgeting
  • Saving on Shopping, Spending & Everything in Between
  • Finding Student Loans and Scholarships
  • Why Money Management is Crucial
  • Building and Understanding Credit
  • Understanding Financial Aid & Your Student Accounts Bill

They are also willing to assist with any financial topic of interest to you or your group. Simply contact the office with your request at least two weeks in advance and we will be back in touch with our availability.

Meet with a Certified Credit Counselor

Lutheran Social Services (LSS) Financial Counseling offers trustworthy assistance with in-depth money concerns. The organization's Shannon Doyle, who is a Certified Consumer Credit Counselor, can walk you and/or your family through free budget counseling and consumer credit protection. The organization also offers comprehensive debt management  planning. 

Shannon Doyle is a St. Kate's alum. She visits campus twice a month during the fall and spring semesters to conduct appointments. This is a free service provided by the Money Management Program. St. Kate's students have access to up to six confidential financial education counseling sessions. To schedule an appointment with Shannon on campus call LSS at 1-888-577-2227 and tell them you are a St. Kate's student and want an on-campus appointment. You are also welcome to meet with Shannon or one of her colleagues at their office locations; inquire when you call. Log in to learn more about Shannon»

LSS's mission is to empower people to overcome their financial worries and emerge with the knowledge and resources to manage their finances. Feel free to to utilize their online resources right now!

Student Financial Counseling Experiences

Curious to know what happens at a financial counseling appointment? Learn more about other students' financial counseling experiences»