Resources Across CampusBelow you will also find self-guided financial literacy resources available to help you learn more about financial matters to help you make the best financial decisions for your future. To learn more, select a topic below. Money ManagementEating on a BudgetSaving & BankingCredit CardsCredit ScoresIdentity TheftGraduating: Now What?Student Loan RepaymentLove & MoneyBuying a CarBuying a HomeInvestingFinancial Fit
TAMU Libraries is offering a FREE resource for the campus community to support financial wellness.FinancialFit
is a self-paced program where you choose the lessons right for you.Courses for CreditAGLS 235 "Foundations of Money Education" Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.
Preparation for a financially challenging world and introduction to concepts and methods of personal financial planning; financial planning process, time value of money, taxation, credit, housing, insurance, employee benefits, family economics and building a personal financial plan.AGLS 335 "Financial Readiness" Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.
Personal financial planning for those planning on joining the military; preparation for a financially challenging world and introduction to the concepts and methods of personal financial literacy, budgeting, cash management, debt, credit, deployment finances, insurance, retirement planning, investing, estate planning and taxation. Prerequisites:
Junior or senior classification.