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Scholarships for Spring 2015
Student Financial Services (SFS) and CashCourse are offering two NEW scholarship opportunities for current students:

  1. $500 scholarship from SFS: Application Deadline 12/1/14
  2. Up to $1500 from CashCourse: Application Deadline 11/15/14

Check back on Friday, 10/10/14 for the SFS scholarship application.

CashCourse scholarship information HERE

Questions about either scholarship? Email Financial Foundations or call (254)710-3109

Financial Foundations is a new financial education program sponsored by Student Financial Services and designed to help students understand personal money mangagement. The program offers individual appointments with the coordinator as well as workshops on important financial topics such as:

  • Student Loans: Learn about the different options available and what you can do today to start managing the loans you may currently have
  • Budgets: Learn about different budgeting tools to help you set up and manage a personal budget
  • Sources for College Funding: Discuss how to apply for financial aid and jobs to help you pay for college
  • Credit Cards and Identity Theft: Learn about credit and how to avoid identify theft

Check our calendar for date, time and location of the workshops.

Individual appointments with the coordinator consist of helping the student prepare a personalized budget as well as answering basic financial questions. To contact the coordinator, Dianne Rincón, please send an email to

Cash Course

We have partnered with this online resource to provide sudents with personal finance tools to help manage their money. Sign up for a free account at our Baylor CashCourse page today!

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