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ECPI University has partnered with iGrad to offer students an innovative and personalized way to learn about personal finance. This entertaining software will help you with practical money management, one-on-one federal student loan repayment advice, your resume, your job search, all using games and more. These resources are invaluable and available to you as a student of ECPI University.
To access iGrad, please go to:
Sign up now! It is personalized to your specific area of study with information tailored to your interests and career goals.
Learn about budgeting, banking, savings, taxes, insurance, financial aid, investing, identity theft and more.
Explore personalized articles, videos and resources that pertain to your field of study. Play a game to test your knowledge like Financial Football, Beware of Spyware or The Financial Game of Life.
Search for jobs in your field of study in your city, by job type or by location. Get your resume critiqued.
Complete any 3 course modules under the Financial Literacy section and get an ECPI University T-shirt (while supplies last).
The 2014-15 Free Application for Federal Student Aid is now available. In order to continue receiving financial assistance after July 1, 2014, the FAFSA must be completed. Please renew your 2014-15 FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov The ECPI University school code is 010198 or E01697 for the Greenville campus. You will need your 2013 taxes and W2 to complete this process. If you need assistance, please stop by the Financial Aid office.
Failure to complete the FAFSA as required implies you plan to pay cash for your tuition prior to starting the next academic year. Once you have completed your application please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a new award letter after everything has been processed.
- If you are single and were born before January 1, 1991, use your taxes only.
- If you were born after January 1, 1991 and are single with no dependents, use your parents’ taxes in addition to your own and have them sign where needed.
- If you are married, use your spouse’s taxes in addition to your own.