Are you financially fit?

At the University of Dayton, we believe in educating the whole person. While you may be here to earn a degree in Biology, we also want to ensure that you are learning important skills to manage your finances. Flyer Student Services, in partnership with other offices and departments across campus, is implementing new programs to promote your financial wellness while you are in college and beyond. Take advantage of the tools and programs below!

Financial Avenue

These online courses, sponsored by Office of Student Success and Parent Engagement, aim to empower students to become knowledgeable of the various financial elements that many face while enrolled in college and beyond.

To access the courses:
1. Visit Financial Avenue website
2. If it’s your first time, click the “Sign Up Now” button.
3. Use access code rudy to set up your account.

In order to receive PATH credit for this opportunity, participants must complete the assessment at the end of the presentation. Participation credit will be added at the end of the fall semester and in March. Questions can be directed to Beverly Jenkins at
PATH point eligible

One-on-One Financial Education Meetings

This PATH point eligible opportunity allows students to meet one-on-one with Financial Aid Counselors to discuss their relationship with money, as well as provide resources to empower and support educated decision-making skills in order to improve financial well-being! Students may schedule one appointment which will specifically cover the areas of budgeting, building and managing credit, and student loans.

Requests are not being taken as of Friday, November 10th, 2017 in order to ensure that all existing requests can be met by the end of February.

PATH point eligible

Financial Education Resources

Personal Finance Tools and Resources
Flyer Finances Budget Templates (.pdf) Two budget templates available for your use - these are provided to students that participate in the one-on-one financial education meetings Online budgeting website, also available as mobile phone app

Student Loan Tools and Resources
NSLDS National Student Loan Data System is the U.S. Department of Education's database for student aid Find information and resources about student loans, including a loan repayment estimator
Loan Repayment Plan Comparison Choose the loan repayment plan that is best for you and your budget

Other Helpful Tools and Resources
Annual Credit Report Get your free, annual credit report securely
IRS Identity Protection Prevention, detection, and victim assistance

Contact us

Financial Aid

St. Marys Hall 108 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1605