America Saves: Start Small. Think Big.
Tools and advice for consumers wishing to save more and get out of debt.
Find out how to obtain a free credit report at this federal law authorized source.
Ballpark E$timate, Choose to Save
Use this online interactive tool to determine how much you need to save for retirement.
Easy to read tips on managing your money, avoiding scams and identity theft, and handling credit and debt.
College & Finances
Federal Student Aid: Department of Education
At this website investigate the types of financial aid available, learn how to apply for federal aid using the federal student aid (FAFSA) application, and choose a method of loan repayment.
FinAid! The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
A variety of loan calculators are available at this website to help generate your repayment options.
How to Repay Your Loans: Federal Student Aid
Understand the loan repayment plans and process learn about loan forgiveness and cancelation, and investigate what to do if you have trouble affording your payments.
Paying for College
Find student financial guides, information on comparing college financial aid offers, and repayment plan information at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website.
View your aggregate student loans and use the repayment estimator to assist in planning.
Khan Academy-Math (Basic, Pre-Algebra, Algebra)
Math is Fun
Mathematical concepts are explained in a colorful, easy to understand format. The site covers a wide range of math topics from the most basic math principles to calculus.
Virtual Math Lab
College algebra online tutorials provided by West Texas A&M University.
Cultural Anthropology website
This site offers articles, podcasts, field notes and other items of interest to anthropology enthusiasts.
American Anthropological Association
A thorough listing of websites, journals, museums, libraries, organizations, and galleries related to anthropology.
TCU Anthropology Links
A listing of anthropology resources, museums, professional associations, news, and tutorials
American Folklife Center
Sponsored by the Library of Congress, this site has online collections which include audiovisual materials documenting the traditions of various groups within the United States.
Fitness & Wellness
This site has exercise and physical fitness information in the format of articles, handouts, and multimedia resources.
This site has food and nutrition information in the format of articles, handouts, and multimedia resources.
International Food Information Council Foundation
Resources based on science related to health, nutrition, and food safety.
Owl at Purdue
At this site are various presentations on how to write different types of papers in college.
Introduction to Sociology
Pew Research Center
Interesting statistical results from various social science related polls are presented without a partisan position.
American Sociological Association
The ASA website offers publications, research information, and job information related to sociology.
Lifespan Growth and Development
Piaget’s theory of development is explained in this video.
Video instruction about theories of development is at this site.
Access free e-books including many of the classics.
Literature (English and American)
Find literature listed by literary periods and genre
Literature (English and American)
Access a guide to free E-journals, Associations, and miscellaneous information related to literature.
General Resources for Macroeconomics and Financial Economics
This list of websites is maintained by Professor Tesfatsion of Iowa State University
Several video explanations of topics found in introductory macroeconomics courses are at this site.
Medical, Law, & Ethics
BMC Medical Ethics
This is an open access journal.
Medline Plus-Medical Ethics
This website covers topics such as end of life care, abortion, organ donation, birth control, genetic testing, and patient rights.
Health Information Privacy
This website explains HIPAA as it affects consumers and businesses.