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OU Financial Education Purpose

Financial Education Services (fED), a division of Financial Aid Services, was established in 2003. Our purpose is to offer OU students free information about managing their finances and providing the resources they need to graduate with as little debt as possible.

The fED is committed to cultivating financial awareness within the OU student community by offering free personal one-on-one counseling sessions, campus based workshops, and financial literacy resources.

We want yOU to $ave $ooner!

Important News & Dates

  • The 2017-2018 FAFSA opens October 1st! Changes to the application process will now allow students to file early! The 17-18 application will require 2015 tax information. FILE TODAY!
  • Our next Save Sooner event will be held on November 15th, at 6:00pm in the Bizzell Library Community Room.  Limited seats are available, so register today!

Save Sooner Registration

Save Sooner guest speaker event registration is now on OrgSync!   

$tudent loans are a HOT topic!  Attend our next Save Sooner event to gain a better understanding about Federal and Private student loans.  We will discuss payment terms, how loans will affect your credit, loan consolidation, forgiveness programs, and other valuable information.  OU students who attend will be entered to win an OU Scholarship!!!! Dinner will also be provided.

Date: 11/15 @ 6:00pm-7:00pm

Location: Bizzell Community Room, Lower Level 1 (across from Bookmark CafĂ©) Click here to register. 

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Enroll now in a 2 credit hour Personal Finance class!!

Current available 9 Things sections

Winter Sessions TBA

Spring Sessions:

16 Week

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UCOL 1022-005 28144  

8 Week

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UCOL 1022-201 36021


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Guest Speaker Financial Education Series

FREE monthly student information sessions that focus on college student personal financial issues and trends.

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