MSC offers several different resources for incoming students to utilize as they enter a new chapter of their lives. The center offers financial coaching from their mentors which can help students find proper budgets and prioritize spending for students.
“They genuinely want to help students to be able to be more financially educated and have access to as many resources [to] know about them and take advantage of them,” states a review by K.C., as highlighted by MSC. “I feel more seen knowing these resources exist on campus to help improve relationships with money.”
MSC works alongside several programs at UVU to help students find money for education. Through their resource page, they link students to several campus programs like Wee Care, the Food Pantry, the Women’s Success Center, Dental Hygiene Clinic, and many more.
Tax services are also hosted by MSC through the VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) programs which are hosted in the spring. Along with their advice, several financial coaches are available to help advise students on building credit, advise on student loans, and help with their budgeting.
“I came in not knowing what to expect, but this meeting really helped break down what I thought were complicated concepts. I’m glad I came in and am leaving with a better understanding of things,” said Maria through the MSC review system.