Financial Literacy

The Office of Student Financial Services invites you to attend one or more of the following scheduled Financial Literacy sessions. These sessions were designed just for you. Learn and discuss how decisions you make today, can affect you many years after you graduate, especially the amount you borrow in student loans.  Additionally, you will get a closer look and deeper understanding of the importance of a budget, student loan management and strategies for finding the best repayment plan to fit your needs.  Short on time, then go directly to the video section to access various financial literacy topics.

Please remember that individual counseling is available and encouraged.  To schedule an individual session with a Financial Aid Counselor, please call the Financial Aid Office at 713-500-3860 or email us at sfaregis@uth.tmc.edu.

 

Debt Management Session

Coffee Talk Tuesdays

Videos on Debt Management

 

Debt Management Session

Debt Management Session (Will be made available to all Regional Campuses and UTHSC at Tyler)

November 2019

 

Coffee Talk Tuesday

October 22, 2019                              Topic:  Debt Letter and One on One Debt Counseling

November 12, 2019                          Topic:  Consolidation and Refinancing

December 10, 2019                          Topic:  Repayment Plans (video and discussion)

January 28, 2020                              Topic:  What’s your Credit Score?

February 25, 2020                             Topic:  Preparing for Retirement

March 31, 2020                                  Topic:  TBD

April 28, 2020                                     Topic:  TBD

 
Location for all Sessions:  UCT Conference Room 2200

Time for all Sessions:  3:30pm – 4:30pm

Sessions are free to all students

No registration required to attend

  

Videos 

Federal Student Aid:  Repayment: What to expect.


Federal Student Aid:  Student Loan Repayment Options

 

AAMC: Money Management for Professional Students

 

AAMC: How to Select the Best Repayment Plan in 2 Steps