Financial Literacy

A Note from your Financial Aid Counselor:

It's a mixture of fear, anticipation, excitement, happiness and sadness all at the same time as you approach your graduation. Some of you have a focused plan on what you want to do next and how to go about doing it, while others simply want or need more time to figure it out. Some of you are coming back for more information on the loans that you'd taken out while others want to get a head-start on what they're getting into. 

Regardless of where you are in the process, well done. Perhaps one of the greatest (if not the greatest) skills that you can have in life is the ability to take control of, and manage your own financial well-being. Since your student loan is most likely the first of your borrowing experience, that you're stepping up to the plate to secure this foundation is a very commendable decision. 

You deserve to enjoy the journey that you started here at SUA; to build upon it and to make it even more successful than a diploma at graduation. And the key to doing this lies in knowing the steps to take next with the investment that you made in your education. 

For Students: Knowing Your Options

For Alumni: What Now? 

Payment Plans: Your Options

From Defaults to Repayments