First Time Away From Home?

Student Money Management Services ($MM$) helps studens to live within their means so they can focus more time on their education and less time worrying about their finances. For many students, attending college is the first expierience living away from home. Students can easily be tempted to spend their entire semester of student loans funds or college money from parents before the first week of class.

Students are responsible for paying their expenses. Tuition, fees, books, and supplies are usually the first major expenses, but things like rent, utilities, cell phone, food, toiletries and other expenses need to be paid throughout the semester.


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