Financial Well-Being

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Announcement

In these uncertain times due to COVID-19, you may be concerned about student loan repayments and interest rates. We recommend checking the Federal Student Aid website to obtain more information about the latest updates and changes.

Who We Are

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The Financial Well-Being team is located in the Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC). Our goal is to educate students about personal finances, creating a budget, managing credit, understanding financial aid options, and other financial concerns.

Our Mission

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For many college students, money can be an extremely important and sometimes stressful topic. We know that understanding how to manage your money is an important part of your success as a student and as a Mason Alum. Our mission is to give Mason students the tools and resources that will empower them to make informed financial decisions now and in the future.


What is Financial Well-Being with a large question mark.      Yellow speech bubble with the words: Creating a financial balance and sense of security in your own life. It is the feeling of having the financial freedom to plan for today, tomorrow, and the future.

Services Offered

One-on-One Consultations (virtual, in-person, & phone appointments)

  • Understanding Financial Aid
  • Student Loan Repayment
  • Creating a Budget
  • Credit Management

Group Presentations (virtual & in-person appointments)

  • Student Loan Repayment
  • Creating a Budget & Managing Credit
  • Understanding Financial Aid Options

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Meet with the Financial Well-Being Team

For one-on-one consultations, fill out our Request Support form. You can also email us at


The Financial Well-Being Team offers personalized presentations and workshops about financial wellness topics for the GMU community. We're happy to join your class, event, or group meeting and share our resources with you.

Contact Us

Students seeking SSAC resources or services outside Financial Well-Being can fill out the Request Support form to schedule a meeting with an SSAC specialist. Alternatively, students can email or call (703) 993-3686.