Financial Wellbeing Tools and Resources

Be Fiscally Fit! Wake Forest has teamed up with iGrad to improve our community’s financial understanding and wellbeing. Make informed financial decisions throughout your college years and into your professional life.

Get prepared for whatever life has in store: All Wake Forest students, faculty, and staff have access to the site using your WFU username and password. Learn to manage your money with free online financial resources at your fingertips 24/7.

Federal Loan Counseling

Student Loan Advisor for undergraduates

  • FinAid Student Loan Advisor – How much educational debt can you afford?
  • Financial Pathways of the Piedmont – Financial Pathways is a local nonprofit organization in the Winston-Salem community that focuses on providing resources and services to help individuals achieve financial wellbeing. One of the many programs Financial Pathways offers is the Student Loan Debt program which provides counseling services and strategies to tackle paying student loan debt. This program is aimed at anyone with student loan debt, recent graduates and older alumni alike

Student loan status

Loan repayment calculators

Online tools for estimating monthly loan payments after graduation.

Income-based repayment

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Private Student Loan Consolidation

Default facts and tips

Managing student loan debt

Federal Student Loan Ombudsman

The Ombudsman Group is dedicated to helping resolve disputes related to Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL), Program loans, Guaranteed Student Loans, and Perkins Loans. If you’re in a dispute about your federal student loan, contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Group as a last resort.

General financial literacy information

Financial Aid Resources

Discover financial wellbeing tools, learn about financial aid receipt and refunds, and explore external
scholarship searches.