We hope to start producing our own podcasts during the 2012-2013 academic year. In the interim, here are links to some curent podcasts produced by other members of the financial aid community
- Funding Education Beyond High School: Audio Highlights - This audio release introduces students to resources such as Web sites and both Braille and print publications that will help them decide what to study, what school is right for them, what to look for—and look out for—in financing their education, what career choices to make, and much more. Audio Highlights also provides information on nonfederal sources of aid. Students can listen to Audio Highlights online at www.studentaid.ed.gov/audio. Audio Highlights is available on compact disc. For more information, students can call the Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC) toll-free at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243).
- Seven Easy Steps to Completing the FAFSA -this outlines the application steps for the 2012-2013 academic year. Thanks to the financial aid office at the University of California at Santa Barbara for sharing this tutorial with the financial aid community.
- Practical Money Skills for Life Podcasts
- FDIC's "Money Smart" Podcast Library
- Audio Files for Podcasts — These podcasts were created by the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) Hear them now, or download the MP3s to hear them later.
- How to Successfully Manage Your Money
- New York State Higher Education Services Corporation Podcast Library
- Oregon Student Assistance Corporation Informational Podcasts
- Sun Trust Education Loans Pod Center
Feed the Pig" Podcasts - The Feed the Pig podcast series is one of several free resources available as part of the Feed the Pig national public service campaign. Sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Ad Council, the campaign helps 25-34 year olds work toward long-term financial security. For more tools and information, visit: www.FeedthePig.org
Podcasts on the new Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program- this student debt relief series is a jont effort of Equal Justice Works and Washington College of Law
FIRST (Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools) for Medical Education is designed to help members of the academic medicine community navigate the complexities of student debt. They help medical school borrowers expand their financial literacy, make smart decisions about student loans and manage their student debt wisely.
In an effort to better inform the community the Northeast Texas Public Health District has compiled 18 Emergency Preparedness Topics and formatted the information to be friendly to deaf, blind, and limited sight populations. The information is in video and downloadable document format for public use.There is no charge for use of the materials posted on this website.
Updated August 11, 2012