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College Skills Resources

Library resources for first-generation college students and those new to college, including resources on personal finance

GGC-Provided Online Tutorials for Personal Finance Topics

Once logged in to LinkedIn Learning, navigate to the Personal Finance topic for financial literacy training videos:

Once logged in to Safari O'Reilly, click on "Topics-->View all Topics" in the top menu. In the Filters box on the left, search for "Personal Finance" and select the topic to see available books and videos.

Websites for Personal Finance

Consumer was created by the Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs to help Georgians be more informed consumers by learning to make wise purchasing and financial decisions, knowing their rights, and avoiding becoming victims of scams or deceptive practices in the marketplace. Consumer Ed walks consumers through major purchasing and financial decisions, such as buying a car, purchasing a house, renting an apartment, dealing with credit and debt, managing money, and avoiding foreclosure. The site also features current consumer news, financial calculators, and the option to join a Consumer Alert email list to receive monthly consumer news.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Paying for College

Resources for students explaining the ins and outs of student financial aid and repaying loans.

eBooks for Personal Finance

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eBooks for Student Aid and College Costs

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Personal Finance Resources at Gwinnett County Public Library

Through a partnership with Gwinnett County Public Library, GGC students, faculty and staff can visit any branch with their ClawCard to sign up for a free Gwinnett County Public Library card.

Numerous resources are available from GCPL on this guide.