View online videos to help walk you through the financial issues college students face.
See a list of other financial literacy resources.
View contact information for our financial literacy team.
Do you wish you had a resource for information about budgeting and money and time management? The resources above will give you access to the information you need to successfully manage your money and time while in college.
The colleges of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) partner with Inceptia, a nonprofit organization providing expertise in student loan repayment and financial literacy education. Within this partnership, you may hear from an Inceptia representative regarding repayment options for your loans. Inceptia, in conjunction with DCCCD, helps students achieve financial success and repay their student loan obligations.
Need help understanding personal finance? Visit Financial Avenue to experience Inceptia’s fun, down-to-earth, interactive courses. You will be able to determine your personal money philosophy, gain knowledge of key personal finance concepts and build a customized action plan for your financial goals. To log in, use your DCCCD student ID and this access code: DCCCD7.
Get free financial counseling through our C2: SAFE (College Counts: Securing Assets and Financial Education) initiative. Learn details about C2: SAFE.
Are you a Mountain View College student struggling with finances?
Mountain View College has partnered with two local nonprofits so you can take advantage of their many financial education tools at no charge:
The WiNGS Family Financial Center
Both C2:SAFE and the YW Family Financial Center can provide you with a variety of resources:
Access tools and products developed to maximize savings towards school and beyond. Earn up to $4,000 for school and participate in a savings program that matches dollars you deposit for free!
Get started today!All information is kept strictly confidential. Counseling and many services are available in Spanish.