Resources for Current Students and Alumni
Below are some resources and support for your financial life, well-being, and overall success as a Stanford student and beyond
Provides resources and support for first-gen and low-income students. They offer the Opportunity Fund and Summer Equity Grant to help with financial needs.
Offers scholarships, grants, and financial aid options to assist with educational expenses. They provide guidance and resources for understanding and managing financial aid.
Provides banking services, student loans, and financial education resources tailored to the needs of Stanford students. They offer various financial products and services to support students' financial well-being.
Serves as a center for international students and scholars. It offers immigration advising and programming which creates a welcoming and supportive environment for the international community. Bechtel also offers advising and resources for those seeking overseas scholarships.
The GLO offers comprehensive support for graduate students, addressing personal, academic, and financial challenges. Whether you need assistance with roommate issues, family concerns, academic obstacles, or financial difficulties, the GLO is here to help. They provide resources and referrals to support your well-being and success throughout your graduate journey.
Offers legal advice and assistance on financial matters such as tenant rights and contract review. They provide guidance on legal issues related to students' financial well-being.
Provides specialized resources and support for veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. They can help support benefits navigation, potential scholarships/grants, and financial life for military-affiliates.
Graduating Students and Alumni
If you’re preparing for graduation or have already graduated, browse these tips and resources for financial wellness after the Farm and leverage free resources, including financial coaching through Mind Over Money.
Great Advice for Grads | 2023 Edition
The 2023 edition of ‘Great Advice for Grads’ from Inceptia and Nerdwallet is now available. This edition includes student loan repayment guidance, with additional advice for your work, life and health.Browse the 2023 Guide
Stanford FCU Financial Tips & New Grad Package
Mind Over Money’s financial education partner, the Stanford Federal Credit Union, offers real-world financial tips and a special package of financial services for new Stanford grads including auto loans, personal loans, and a rewards credit card.Check out the Stanford FCU financial tips & new grad package