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Financial Information for Today and Tomorrow
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About the F.I.T.T. Program

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The Financial Information for Today & Tomorrow (F.I.T.T.) program is designed specifically for PCOM students to provide resources in the areas of debt management and financial literacy. We believe students who take advantage of the F.I.T.T. program will be more likely to borrow less loans today as well as be better equipped to have a positive financial plan for tomorrow. PCOM's Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students develop healthy financial habits during and after school. 

 

F.I.T.T. Topics

BUILDING GOOD CREDIT DESIREE'S TWO CENTS WAYS TO SAVE
Ways to Save

Credit defined. Credit score explained. Resources for establishing good credit. How your credit score affects borrowing and home buying.

Handpicked resources by PCOM financial aid staff focusing on financial literacy & planning including books, articles, videos, and more.

Take The $100 Challenge. Share money saving ideas with other PCOM students. Learn concrete ways to save money now on housing, food, and transportation so you can owe less later during repayment.

BUDGETING LOAN SERVICER SPOTLIGHT MANAGE YOUR LOANS
Budgeting Loan Servicer Spotlight Manage Your Loans

Understand your Cost of Attendance and learn proactive budgeting techniques.

Loan servicers explained. How to find your loan servicer(s) using NSLDS. Spotlight on financial literacy resources available on servicers' websites.

Compare federal student loan repayment plans. Learn about loan forgiveness and consolidation.

SALARY INFORMATION FINANCIAL LECTURE SERIES  
Salary Information Financial Lecture Series

Data and resources on relevant occupational salaries in PA, GA, and the United States.

Annual presentations by staff and guests on topics such as managing your loans after graduation, buying a home, and protecting your family.

 

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