Financial Literacy

Completing a college degree is one of the most responsible things a young adult can do. 

Having the financial literacy to properly use all of the new opportunities that come with a degree is next on that list.

The helpful articles linked below will take you away from the Bacone website.  Bacone College is not responsible for their contents.

Resources for Parents

10 Ways to Attend College for Free 

OK College Start 

Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plans

Oklahoma Money Matters: 

Start With FAFSA.org 

What You Should Know About Student Loans (article)


Resources for high-school students

Oklahoma Money Matters: 

Start With FAFSA.org 




Resources for college students

Oklahoma College Assistance Program:

Oklahoma Money Matters:

Sallie Mae:


Local community resources

Tulsa Teacher’s Credit Union:


Career-planning resources

Who has a bright outlook?  You will, when you plan ahead.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook 

Career One Stop: sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor

O*Net Online: Search by major or topic and find dozens of listings with information about industry growth and salaries.  

Study.com: 2021 Guide to Colleges & Careers for Women in STEM



Other Resources

 Identity Protection:

Retirement Planning:

Student Loan Help: