In addition to the resources below, the Graduate Center sponsors several personal finance and tax-related workshops throughout the academic year; check our calendar for upcoming events.

iGrad: Financial Wellness

iGrad is a financial wellness tool, provided at no cost to all Washington University students. Topics covered include: budgeting and saving; reading and understanding a credit report; understanding your paycheck; and more.

Tax Information for Fellowship Recipients

WashU’s Financial Services office has prepared a page with helpful information regarding tax implications for fellowship recipients.

Tax Information for International Students

Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) maintains a robust website with information on taxes for international students, including a link to Sprintax to assist with filing annual taxes.

The Buchheit Graduate Student Family Support Fund

The Buchheit Graduate Student Family Support Fund provides financial support to full-time graduate and professional students with children who encounter unexpected expenses.

Graduate and Professional Student Emergency Fund

The Graduate and Professional Student Emergency Fund (GPSEF) assists graduate and professional students with unexpected, one-time expenses enabling them to continue making academic progress despite an unanticipated financial hardship.

International Student Medical Assistance Fund

Offered by the Office for International Student Engagement, the International Medical Assistance Fund is a resource designed to provide support to students in F1 and J1 visa status who may encounter unexpected medical expenses during their academic journey in the US. 

Circularity Center

Looking for a way to defray household and academic costs? The Circularity Center offers gently used clothing, furniture, household goods, office supplies and electronic appliances at deep discounts to the Wash U Community.