Financial Education for Graduate Students

Scarlet and Gray Financial offers free and confidential 1:1 peer financial coaching services to enrolled undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Peer Coaches are extensively trained through Scarlet and Gray's Leadership and Peer Coach Development Programs.

Scarlet and Gray Financial offers several services designed specifically for graduate students.

One-on-one Financial Coaching

Schedule a one-on-one financial coaching appointment.


GradSense is a unique online tool designed to help students plan financially for their education and future careers. Try it.

Along with median debt and income data, the GradSense website also provides students with loan repayment advice, spending tips and career guidance.

GradSense is part of the Enhancing Student Financial Education project, an initiative of the Council of Graduate Schools in collaboration with TIAA-CREF. The Graduate School, along with 15 other colleges and universities, was awarded a grant to participate in this project. , develop innovative financial literacy programs that teach students about successful strategies for managing student debt personal finances. More

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EverFi @Work Module

If you are looking to increase your financial skills, knowledge, and capability, Scarlet and Gray Financial have provided an online module to do so. Visit the module, create an account, and work through modules that are appropriate for your area of interest!

Topics covered include: savings & investments, mortgages, payments & credit cards, overdraft protection, credit scores & reports, insurance & taxes, identity protection, financing higher education.


Contact: Scott Herness, interim vice provost and dean, Graduate School, 292-9490.

Need help?

Contact staff members in the Graduate School using the staff directory, or call (614) 292-6031.

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