How to be money smart during college

January 17, 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes Money, or the lack thereof, can be a major issue for college students. For some, money disappears much quicker than it appears. However, there is no need to cringe at the cursed “m” word, or the even worse profanity —“debt.” There are ways to make it easier and lighten the burden of loans and payments. […]

Frontrunner comes to Provo

April 16, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Monday, Dec. 10, 2012 is the official opening date of the Frontrunner stop in Provo.   Students at UVU balance a lot throughout their week, including traveling to and from school, work and home. Many students receive internships their junior and senior year, some of which are miles away from Orem and can mean a […]

Seniors ‘pay it forward’

April 16, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes The announcement no sooner left Nancy Smith’s lips before being drowned out by the thunderous applause of over 500 attendees. As Senior Director of UVU’s Donor Relations and Scholarships, Smith was privileged to announce the grand total of $55,488 in scholarship donations over the past seven years by Elder Quest members.   “Without these scholarships, […]

Filling out forms for money

October 10, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes It is no secret that financial aid is a lengthy and sometimes complicated process. To help, we have put together a list of the most commonly needed financial aid forms and where you can find them.   Firstly, one of the most important places to know is in UVLink. There is a specific Financial Aid […]

Give back your handouts

September 7, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes There is a near-constant refrain I hear from friends, fellow students and political pundits in the ongoing debate in health care and it goes something like this: “I believe in personal responsibility, and I don’t think that it’s right that some poor person or illegal immigrant should get a handout from the government for doing […]