You're getting married soon - congratulations! This is a wonderful part of your life, and you will be going through many exciting changes in the near future.
You've made it! You worked hard, you passed your classes, and you're about to have this legendary thing we call a "diploma" at your disposal.
So what's next?
You've just been admitted to BYU! Welcome aboard. This is a very exciting time when you start deciding how you'll live the rest of your life.
Returning from a Mission
If you've just returned from a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, you may be wondering what to do to ensure your financial stability as you readjust to college life.
A Concerned Parent
Wondering about your financial role in the life of your student son or daughter? Then please click here to read "Financial Planning: the Art of Helping" by Paul Conrad. This is an article addressed specifically to BYU students' parents...
Considering a Job Offer
Whether you're contemplating a part-time job as a student or preparing to enter the workforce as a graduate, employment is more than just about earning money.
If you're headed out, here are some things to consider to keep your finances in good shape through your transition:
A New Parent
Becoming a parent is one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have. However, it often brings about new financial concerns and challenges.
Borrowing Too Much
College loans are helpful when necessary, but when does borrowing become too much?
Getting Your First Credit Card
Before you slide it into your wallet and head for the store, youve got some things to consider.
Going to Grad School
Is grad school in your horizon? Whether you're aiming for a master's, doctorate, or more, make sure you plan ahead carefully so your dream career can literally pay off!
A Pre-Professional Student
Professional careers can be intensely rewarding, but you need to prepare properly for the financial and academic requirements ahead of you.
Living Without a Budget
If you are living without a budget, "Stop it!" (to use President Dieter F. Uchtdorf's words). Having a budget is vital to your financial well-being and success.
Returning to School (Non-Traditional Student)
Are you a non-traditional student? Your unique situation can present you with different struggles, but there are some resources dedicated to providing you with great opportunities.