Money Management

The Money Management Program provides financial education and resources to students through presentations, workshops, one-on-one counseling and courses.

Our Vision
For students to understand and develop personal financial management skills that contribute to purposeful life-long learning.

Our Mission
To provide comprehensive information and resources designed to teach St. Catherine University students the life skills of personal finance and money management.

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Office Hours
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

If the lights are on and we're in feel free to pop in!

Coeur de Catherine | Room 211

CashCourse—The Real Life Online Money Guide

We are a CashCourse school! Sign in to with your St. Kate's email address to find free financial guides, courses, worksheets, financial calculators and more. CashCourse offers financial guidance that you can use now and after graduation.

Peer Financial Counseling

St. Kate's peer money mentors are students specially trained in money matters by Lutheran Social Services Financial Counseling and Debt Management, Wells Fargo Bank and various St. Kate's departments.

The peer money mentors help with

  • putting together a budget
  • finding scholarships
  • tracking government loans
  • free tax preparation resources
  • understanding and building credit
  • identity theft and fraud protection
  • saving strategies
  • managing debt and debt stress

Get their help by

  • visiting them whenever the lights are on and someone is in CdC Suite 210, room 211
  • setting up an appointment through email or by calling 651.690.6815
  • attending one of their Money Doesn't Grow on Trees events or programs put on with groups around campus
  • requesting they present on a money management topic at your club, for your residence hall floor, in the classroom, at a senate meeting or other occasion (give at least two weeks' notice)

Spring 2019 Money Doesn't Grow on Trees Speaker Series

In addition to personal financial counseling, we offer presentations and workshops that address financial topics relevant to students. This programming is made possible through the efforts of the peer money mentors, the wonderful guest speakers, and gift monies from outside resources.

Taxes, Twizzlers & Treats! - FRIDAY, FEB. 22 @ 11:45 in CDC's President's Dining Room
Learn the basics of what taxes are, why we pay them & how to get yours prepared for free. Dessert & Twizzlers provided.

Travel & Study Abroad for Less - THURSDAY, MAR. 7 @ 11:45 in Library 123
Are you planning to study abroad or travel in the future? We have tips & tricks to reduce costs, allowing you to make the most of your adventure. Lunch provided.

Making the Most of Your Earnings - TUESDAY, APR. 9 @ 11:45 in Library 128
Learn what apartments rent for around the Twin Cities, how to build buying power through credit, how to save for retirement & more from a panel of new working professionals. Lunch provided.

Student Loan Repayment Options
SATURDAY, APR. 27 @ 11:45 in CDC 210 and WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 @ 4:15 in CDC's President's Dining

Discover loan repayment options, learn what is expected of you upon graduation & if loan forgiveness is in your future. Pat Pierce, Financial Aid Assistant Director, will cover it all. Pizza provided.

Educational Loan and Scholarship Resources

Take advantage of these online resources for managing your finances.

Professional Financial Counseling

If you or your family are experiencing complicated debt and financial issues, contact Lutheran Social Services (LSS) Financial Counseling or Family Means Financial Solutions. The first appointment is free. Schedule time with LSS by calling 1-888-577-2227 or with Family Means by calling 1- 800-327-3203.

If you earn less than $35,000 as an individual or $65,000 as a family and you would like ongoing free off-campus financial coaching, consider Prepare + Prosper's Money Mentors.