For more information regarding the challenges low-income survivors face relating to finances after sexual violence, visit these websites:
Hope and Power for Your Personal Finances: A Rebuilding Guide Following Domestic Violence is designed for women who are leaving or still in abusive relationships to regain control of their finances by the National Endowment for Financial Education and National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Also available in Spanish.
Wise Up Women is a resource for financial planning for Generation X and Y women, and provides online resources for people in higher education, young adults, women, those with student loan debt, and more.
Financial Aid, scholarships, and resources for students of color is a resource for African American, Latinx, Asian American, Native American, and undocumented students. It includes scholarship application tips, links to grants and funds for women of color and other students.
LGBTQ Students and College Affordability is a resource guide for LGBTQ students to assess a school’s programs, inclusivity, and search for scholarships to help make the transition to college easier for LGBTQ students.
Scholarships for students with disabilities is a list of scholarships for people with different disabilities including physical disabilities, chronic illnesses, veterans, and people with disabled parents. This guide also shares information about loan forgiveness, vocational rehabilitation services, and other financial aid resources for people with disabilities.
Resources for online students is a guide for online students to learn how to navigate financial aid, scholarships and tips on managing student debt.