Student Financial Wellness
Financial Wellness is operating virtually.
We are here to support you in the following ways:
Consulting appointments: Virtual consulting appointment can be scheduled directly through Handshake or by emailing TUFinancialWellness@utulsa.edu
Events: All financial wellness events will be conducted virtually at this time.
TU’s Student Financial Wellness Program empowers students through education and engagement. We ensure that all students understand the investment required to successfully complete their education, while also planning for their future. Our aim is to provide students with the tools and resources to create a strong foundation for financial growth and personal financial success.
What we do
Our Financial Wellness Consultants understand the pressures associated with being a college student, and we want to help students navigate such pressures in their lives. Although we are not financial advisors, we assist our students in understanding their financial values and priorities while providing ongoing support. We all have a financial story, but before questions about personal finances become a burdensome chapter, visit with a Financial Consultant. We want to help students change their story.
Financial Consultants are trained to offer resources and support in the following areas:
- Creating a budget and developing smarter spending habits
- Money Management
- Funding Your Education (avoiding loans when possible)
- Understanding student loans
- Building and repairing credit
- Car buying
- Identifying fraud and threats to your electronic identity
- Preparing to enter the workforce (salary negotiation, Relocation – understanding cost of living, managing student loan debt, retirement planning, etc.)
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When and where to find us
One-on-One Counseling Appointments: Monday – Friday / 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Hardesty Hall/ 2nd Floor / Room 2035, virtual appointments at this time.
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TU financial counseling offers all students one-on-one help from trained financial counselors on a variety of topics, including budgeting, student loans, managing personal credit and preparing a financial plan for an internship or when you transition to the workforce. Our counselors understand the pressures that come with being a college student and want to help manage those pressures in life. We are not financial advisors, but we work with fellow students to help them sort out their financial values and priorities. We also provide ongoing support to stick with the financial plans they make. We all have a financial story, but before your questions about your finances become a burden, come talk with a financial counselor today. How We Can Help Counselors are trained to offer resources and support in the following areas: Creating a budget and developing smarter spending habits Money Management Funding Your Education (avoiding loans when possible) Understanding student loans Building and repairing credit Car Buying Identifying fraud and threats to your electronic identity Preparing to enter the workforce (Salary Negotiation, Relocation - understanding cost of living, managing student loan debt, retirement planning, etc.) When and Where to Find Us One-on-one counseling sessions are available Monday – Thursday, from 1pm – 4pm, in Room 2030 on the 2nd floor of Hardesty Hall or at another time mutually agreed upon. You must visit the following website to book an appointment before visiting: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/TUFinancialWellness@univoftulsa.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/ Contact Us Today! For questions, please email email@example.com.