Finances

As you transition from a full-time paycheck as a military member to the pocketbook of a student, you may find this new budget to be challenging to say the least.  Complete your FAFSA, certify your classes for VA educational benefits if applicable, and check out the multiple financial resources provided below.

We hope you find these resources to be helpful! We welcome suggestions and appreciate your feedback. If you have found an excellent resource for the veteran student that you would like to see added to our website, please contact us at Laurie.jordon@nau.edu.

  • NAU Business Scholarshps

    NAU-FCB Business Scholarship Information about scholarships provided by generous alumni and friends of the Business Division of The W. A. Franke College of Business. Website HERE.

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

    [NAU] Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) calculates your expected family contribution and determines your eligibility for grant and loan programs. Website HERE.

  • NAU Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid

    NAU Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid is here to help give you the information you need to apply for scholarships and make important financial decisions. Website HERE.

  • NAU Scholarships

    NAU Scholarships for available scholarships. Your recommended scholarships are based on the information in your General Application and in your LOUIE account. Website HERE.

  • Veteran's Finance Workshop

    The FCB Veterans Student Center offers a Finance Workshop each semester. Check for upcoming workshops on the FCB-VSC calendar HERE.

  • Catholic Charities

    Catholic Charities  | Helping our community's most vulnerable with solutions that permanently improve lives. Visit their website HERE to learn more.

  • Coconino County Career Center

    Coconino County Career Center serving Employers, WIA Youth, Adult & Dislocated Workers with funding from the Department of Labor. Visit their website HERE.

  • Department of Economic Security

    Department of Economic Security (DES) promotes the safety, well-being, and self sufficiency of children, adults, and families. Visit their website HERE.

  • DES Food Stamps & Public Assistance

    DES Food Stamps & Public Assistance helps to provide healthy food to low-income families with children and vulnerable adults. Visit their website HERE.

  • GI Bill - VONAPP

    GI Bill - Veterans On-Line Application (VONAPP) | Submit claims for Veterans Pension, Education, Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment, and Burial online. Website HERE.

  • Goodwill Industries

    Goodwill® meets the needs of all job seekers, including programs for youth, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities, criminal backgrounds and other specialized needs. Website HERE.

  • Southwest Behavioral Health Services

    Southwest Behavioral Health Services inspires people to feel better and reach their potential, thereby, improving our communities. Visit their website HERE.

  • St. Vincent de Paul In-Town Help Line

    St. Vincent de Paul In-Town Help Line is a service of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul offered to those who are needy and suffering. Visit their website HERE.

  • The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army serves adults, children, and families here and abroad seeking the basic necessities of life - food, shelter, and warmth. Website HERE.

  • Traveler's Aid by St. Vincent de Paul

    Traveler's Aid by St. Vincent de Paul provides travel assistance to nonresidents who find themselves stranded, in crisis situations, in the Phoenix area. Visit their website HERE.

  • Vocational Rehabilitation

    Vocational Rehabilitation by Veteran Affairs provides services to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching. Website HERE.