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Financial Education & Support

Paying for your education and understanding finances is important to every college student. UTEP has a plethora of resources to help students with self-guided tutorials, meet with coach about financial and social services, and connect with on-campus employment to combine work and school responsibilities.

Miners Managing Money (MMM)

Provides self-guided, self-paced modules about various specific financial assistance topics for college students.

 

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Financial & Social Support Services (FSSS)

FSSS provides social worker mentor to students needing additional assistance working on their finances as well as resources at UTEP and the greater El Paso Community.

 

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Student Employment

Get more information about how to apply for on-campus jobs through JobMine.

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Office of Scholarships

Navigate around additional resources from the office devoted to college scholarships at UTEP.

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Emergency Aid & Basic Needs Support

Taking care of your basic needs is also incredibly important. UTEP’s Emergency Aid Network is a collaboration between various offices and departments who have responsibilities that support basic needs, such as food, housing, and safety.

UTEP Food Pantry

Enrolled UTEP student can access non-perishable food at no cost through the UTEP Food Pantry.

 

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Foster, Homeless, and Adoptive Resources (FHAR)

Team at FHAR provides students, particularly those who are housing insecure, with campus & community resources.

 

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Paydirt Loan

UTEP Miners can access an interest free loan up to $500 to deal with emergencies.

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Emergency Aid Network

Connect with offices around UTEP associated with student support and assistance.

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