Students now have access to all the great financial well-being resources on iGrad. Once you sign up you will gain access to explore videos, calculators, articles, tools and courses all from your dashboard.
FATV Financial Literacy
The Columbia College Financial Aid Office has a video portal with hundreds of short videos to assist students with the Financial Aid process, as well as, money management and financial wellness tips. Below you will find a playlist on videos pertaining to Money Basics. Please visit the FATV Portal to view more Financial Literacy content.
As a student of Columbia College, you have access to CashCourse. CashCourse is your guide to making informed financial choices. You can register for a free account through CashCourse for resources and tools to start taking charge of your money. Visit Cash Course to start today!
The California Chancellors office offers many financial wellness initiatives. Please visit I Can Go To College to get started.
Are you on track with your finances? Check out 10 Steps to Financial Success to see if you’re on your way to a stable financial future.
What is your financial attitude? It may help you understand how you feel about money and to work toward a better financial picture. Take this quiz to see where you stand.
Financial Wellness Canvas Shell
Did you know Columbia College has a wellness shell? Please click the Financial Aid Canvas Shell and log into your account.
Resources for what to know and do regarding managing your money, credits, loans, debt and identity theft. Please visit Consumer.gov for more information.
Resources for managing your money. Learn tips on how to earn, save, invest, protect, spend and borrow money. Please visit MyMoney.gov for more information.
Columbia College offers a "Basic of Budgeting and Money Management" course. View the course description below:
Guide 35 provides students with the fundamental tools to make informed decisions that impact their short and intermediate-term finances. Topics covered include money management and the decision processes and behaviors underlying spending, saving and borrowing.