Student Credit & Money Management Services educates The University of Iowa student community about the wise use of credit and provides direct help to University students seeking help with credit and money management issues. In addition, the program advocates for institutional policies to help circumvent future credit problems for University students.
The answers to our financial questions in one convenient place. Get information on how to pay for your spring break trip, protecting your credit score, and what you need to know before adopting a pet. Visit The University of Iowa Cash Course.
If you want to speak to Cathy, our on campus money management consultant, call 800-826-3574 or email email@example.com. Be sure to let them know you are a UI student!
Office hours in the UISG Office 260B (in the Student Organization Suite): Wednesday and Thursday 12:30 - 4:30
Learn how to create a budget and stick to it. Get help dealing with debt, including the wise use of credit cards. Acquire skills to determine how much student financial aid you should apply for, and learn how to create and improve your credit scores.
Student Credit & Money Management can provide educational programming for organizations on a variety of topics ranging from credit card debt to budgeting. Additionally, we welcome your suggestions for topics. We will tailor programs to meet the specific needs of your organization. Send your program request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Credit & Money Management services is here for you! We are advocates for the financial well-being of students and have a history of protecting students from scams, fraud, and financial strife. For example, Student Credit & Money Management was instrumental in advocating for the removal of most credit card company solicitations on campus. As a result of our efforts, Bank of America is the only credit card company allowed to solicit on campus based on an exclusive contract with the University.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the Center for Student Leadership and Involvement in advance at 319-335-3059.