Debt-Slapped was funded by a grant from the Consumer Protection and Education Fund. It is an incredible resource that includes videos and goes into great detail about budgeting, credit and credit cards, post-college financing and more.
iGrad provides financial literacy tools for college students and recent college grads. This resource is full of articles, infographics, videos and even games like Financial Football to help you become more financially literate.
Practical Money Skills for Life: Personal Finance has information on credit and debt, savings and spending, and planning for life events like renting your first apartment.
mint.com is a website that you can use to organize all your personal finances in one place. You get weekly emails that categorize your spending, bill reminders, etc.
The Simple Dollar is a personal finance blog written to be easy to understand. The Personal Finance 101 section breaks down financial concepts and there are best lists, book reviews and more!
Personal finance concerns for college students may include budgeting, spending, saving, and credit cards. Find more information in the books listed below. Many of these books are reviewed on The Simple Dollar if you would like to check out a review first.