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Browse the following list to learn more about the financial resouces provided to you as a Yale College student by Yale’s offices and departments. Peruse the list or explore by the topic of your choice.

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Fin Lit Resources at Yale

Topics: Spending | Featured Resource

Are you looking to give back to the Yale community that has given so much to you? There are many ways to give to Yale. You can learn more about it and give now!

Topics: Loans; Student Loans | Featured Resource

The Financial Aid Office at Yale offers several loan options for students. There's also advice here for parents/guardians. Don't forget: loans don't have to be big! Yale offers loan options for small amounts too.

Topics: Grants, Fellowships, and Awards | Featured Resource

The Summer Experiences Award (formerly the DSA) provides a stipend for a range of domestic and international opportunities to Yale College first-years, sophomores, and juniors on Yale financial aid. Student eligible for this award can use it for either a US-based experience or an international experience.

Topics: Emergencies; Spending | Featured Resource

This system is designed for currently enrolled students who experience emergency and unexpected financial hardship directly related to their education at Yale.

Topics: Budgeting; Financial Aid; Saving; Spending | Featured Resource

Managing finances to optimize your college experience is a challenge in itself, but the costs can often place a larger burden on low-income students. In order to support students through these challenges, we have centralized information in our Financial Guidance page as a first-go-to resource for any questions regarding finances for low-income students.

Topics: Budgeting; Employment; Saving | Featured Resource

In an effort to support students pursuing careers in the nonprofit, government and the arts sectors or those who plan to attend graduate or professional school, OCS offers a reimbursement program for Yale College Class of 2023 and Class of 2024 graduates to help offset costs associated with career related engagements and travel for interviews/auditions. Each junior/senior can submit reimbursement requests for a total maximum reimbursement of $400.

Topics: Budgeting; Financial Aid; Grants, Fellowships, and Awards; Saving; Spending | Featured Resource

The Start-Up Grant, also known as Supplemental Allowance, is an additional scholarship in an amount of $2,000 that may be used to help cover costs for associated with starting at Yale College. Examples of such costs are winter clothing, dorm necessities and course supplies. All enrolled Yale College students with ‘zero parent share’ contribution are eligible.

Topics: Grants, Fellowships, and Awards | Featured Resource

Thanks to the generosity of donors, the International Study Award (ISA) provides a stipend for one summer experience abroad for eligible undergraduate students receiving a Yale scholarship. For summer 2021, ISA-eligible students may receive up to $14,935 in ISA funding for eligible programs, proportional to their need and the cost of the program.

Topics: Budgeting; Saving

Financial wellness is extremely important. Learn about wellness grants, find your financial center, strengthen you financial core by visiting the Yale Well/Save well website.

Topics: Budgeting; Earning; Loans; Saving

This multi-page guide will provide suggestions made by peers for how to approach your finances so that you can minimize your stress and maximize your academic success.

Topics: Earning; Employment

Yale Career Link offers a centralized place to view career resources and find opportunities.

Topics: Earning; Employment; Taxes

The Yale Student Employment Office (SEO) provides assistance to both students and employers in meeting their employment needs. SEO provides free job posting and on-line application services to the campus and local community.