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Add financial literacy to your educational journey

While you’re pursuing your education, you’ll also want to brush up on your financial literacy. Payment options, federal financial aid, budgeting and loan repayment are among the many topics Kim Murphy writes about here as the University’s Financial Services community manager.

A longtime employee and alumna of the University, Murphy offers a helpful viewpoint to current and prospective students. Check this site often for her latest insights.

Articles

Pell Grant for 2017-2018 - University of Phoenix

How long does it take for funds to post to my student account? - University of Phoenix

Are you expecting excess funds from your federal financial aid funds? - University of Phoenix

"What Is Verification, and Why Was I Selected? - University of Phoenix"

"You Applied for Federal Financial Aid, What Next? - University of Phoenix"

What about managing my own funds? - University of Phoenix

Why are my disbursements rescheduled? - University of Phoenix

Why is federal financial aid handled so differently at University of Phoenix?

Three ways to speed up financial aid processing - University of Phoenix

I'm at the end of my program - why might my funds be handled differently now? - University of Phoenix

How we protect your privacy - University of Phoenix

Post-withdrawal disbursements - where is my financial aid? - University of Phoenix

A new award year started - where is my financial aid? - University of Phoenix

What happens to my Federal Student Aid (FSA) if I withdraw? - University of Phoenix

Leave of absence - University of Phoenix

Know your repayment options - University of Phoenix

Partner with your loan servicer - University of Phoenix

Stick to your budget - University of Phoenix

Minimize borrowing - University of Phoenix

Late disbursements - where is my financial aid? - University of Phoenix

Managing Your Student Loan Debt - University of Phoenix

Reducing the Amount You Borrow - University of Phoenix

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