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5 things college students need to know about credit
Establishing a credit history should be a priority for college students. Good credit can help you with long-term financial goals, like getting an apartment or car. Here's what you need to know to build your credit score wisely.
A virtual commencement with HBCUs helps graduates walk into the future
In partnership with 78 historically Black colleges and universities, Chase is helping 27,000 students celebrate their graduation.
Learn about the factors that influence your credit score
Credit scores have a major impact on your finances especially when applying for a credit card or mortgage. Here are the six components that go in to calculating a credit score.
How a budget and a little sacrifice can put you on the road to adulthood
While student loan debt is continuing to rise, there are ways to reduce debt and start covering your educational expenses while you're school.
The key things students must do to set a budget
Heading off to college marks a pivotal point in adulthood—one that requires honing in on how to manage your money. Here are essential budget areas to help students master and create a sustainable monthly budget they can stick with.
8 Steps to get your kid financially fit before college
As your teenager prepares to leave the nest for college, you're probably doing all you can to get her academically and socially prepared. But what about financial preparation? Do these 8 things to get her financially fit before heading off to college.
How to save for your goals in college
Saving for your goals in college can be difficult. Chase surveyed college students saving for their top goals--a house, a car, tuition, study abroad and vacation—and put together simple savings tips to help you reach your goals.
How to have the ultimate prom on a budget
Between the outfit, the ride and the dinner-a night at your high school prom can get pricey. Set a budget and make a list on what's most important for you to have the best night with your friends. Read tips to have fun without breaking the bank.