Fin Lit Resource Database

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Topics: Loans; Student Loans

Taking out a loan for the first time? This site gives an easy, quick overview of Student Loans. A student loan is money that you borrow for college and pay back with interest. These college loans help pay for tuition, books, room and board, and other education-related costs.

Topics: Emergencies

Yale's own emergency funding site to petition financial support for when life throws you a curve ball. This system is designed for currently enrolled students who experience emergency and unexpected financial hardship directly related to their education at Yale.

Topics: Taxes

Do you know there are specific expenses related to your education that are taxable? There is a distinction between "qualified educational expenses" and expenses that do not qualify.

Topics: Earning; Employment

Start networking today! Opportunities are endless, and career decisions can be a bear, let Yale's student to alumni networking group help you.

Topics: Investing

The Yale Investment Office seeks to provide high inflation-adjusted returns to support current and future needs of the University. We work to establish an appropriate risk-adjusted asset allocation and seek out long-term partnerships across the globe with managers who provide deep analytical insights and improve the operations of public and private businesses.

Topics: Grants, Fellowships, and Awards

Education at Yale takes place inside classroom, library, laboratory, and far beyond. Yale and outside funding options can help make it possible to pursue something amazing which you might not be able to do otherwise.

Topics: Employment

Over 6000 international students and scholars from more than 120 countries call Yale University their home away from home. OISS is here to help and support you throughout your Yale experience and beyond.

Topics: Budgeting; Saving; Spending

Love to save $$? Your YCC representives compiled this list of local discounts for Yalies including resturants, online discounts and others.

Topics: Budgeting; Spending

As you prepare for grad school, you may need to take standardized admission exams. If you are eligible, you may apply for a graduate exam fee waiver for the GMAT exam.

Topics: Budgeting; Loans

Nerds make even the most complicated money questions and topics simple to understand. Helpful tools: Side-by-side comparisons, smart calculators and straightforward simulators help you make sense of your options.

Topics: Budgeting

The sheet was created with three goals in mind: that it be easy to use; that it focuses on a daily budget that supports long term goals, instead of a long term budget that doesn't have daily support; that it be a good starting place for people who have never saved before.

Topics: Employment

The Office of Career Strategy works with students and alums of Yale College and Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as well as Yale postdocs from all to clarify career aspirations, identify opportunities, and offer support at every stage of career development.