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 offices has prepared a page with helpful information regarding tax implications for fellowship recipients.
Tax Information for International Students
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 students with children who encounter unexpected expenses.
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.