Learning to balance and live on a budget can be difficult for students. This may be the first time you are paying your own bills, managing credit cards and/or balancing a check book. To help you learn to manage money effectively, click on the resources below.
Website features tips to help students and their families make informed financial decisions. Also includes a link to Cash Course an online budgeting and future planning tool.
Provides information about tuition billing dates, how to pay bills, emergency loans, tuition refund information and more.
Gives new full-time students a better idea of what their “estimated” educational cost will be.
Provides assistance with applying for, revieiwing and receiving OSU financial aid packages.
This website maintained by the US Department of Education provides information on how to apply for various federal scholarships, grants and loans.
A continuously updated list of available scholarships including those specific to students' areas of study, academic standing and other categories.
Operated by the OSU Office of Human Resources, this site provides a list of on-campus jobs available for students as well as information and tips to help you get hired.
Provides direct service and referral services to OSU students experiencing hunger, poverty and homelessness. You can find help accessing housing, health insurance, food and childcare options.