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Resources

Due to increased living and educational expenses and scam artists infiltrating our private information, students find themselves living on less income than ever before and dealing with stressful account issues. Because of this, the Money Management Program wants to help facilitate connecting any students in need with the Twin Cities resource(s) that can offer assistance. We have done the research and linked numerous options for help below. Should a situation arise in your life where you cannot meet your every day living requirements or your finances are in jeopardy, we want you to find the service you need quickly and easily. Please keep in mind that the majority of the following are not sponsored by the University, but are available to you from various outside organizations.

Educational Loan and Scholarship Resources

  • St. Kate's Financial Aid Office, provides financial resources for students to help them achieve their educational potential.
  • FinAid.com, comprehensive source of student financial aid information, advice and tools on or off the web. it is free, and includes loan repayment calculators that tell you what your monthly loan payment will be.
  • Project for Student Debt, a non-profit organization that is committed to accessible and affordable education. The site includes a glossary, research, advice, and data for borrowers.
  • Fastweb.com, a top-rated scholarship search engine that helps to find scholarships that fit your unique interests, skills, strengths, experience, and more.
  • Search, Discover and Apply for Scholarships

Specific Living Needs Areas

Local Organizations with Additional Resources

Minnesota Help
Resources for immediate help, healthcare, disability, youth, adults, families, and children and many other resources.

United Way
The Twin Cities United Way operates an extensive free 24/7 referral service for individuals and families. Trained specialists and volunteers know 40,000+ community organizations that offer help in a plethora of areas, such as affordable childcare, counseling, crisis issues, food, healthcare, housing, legal help, mental health, transportation, youth services, and senior services. Multilingual access available in over 100 languages.

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