Make your money work for you

Tuition, food, transportation and other expenses add up quickly, and often it seems like there isn’t enough money to go around. The good news is that financial literacy and money management will keep more of your hard-earned dollars in your pocket, while allowing you to plan and save for the future!

The Office of Financial Aid has collected some resources to help you develop healthy financial habits.

Develop a plan with WhichWay.

Mott Community College is partnering with Student Connections to offer students access to WhichWay, a financial wellness tool that will help you make a plan to manage your own money.

WhichWay - Mott Community College Financial Literacy Program banner Express Register - Scan the QR Code and follow the on screen instructions to access WhichWay personal finance modules.

Access Code:

Full Registration Details

You can also register at

  1. Click Register Now!
  2. Select Yes, I have a code and enter the 4-digit access code on the left.
  3. Provide your name and email address.
  4. Verify your account. After you click Send Verification Code, you'll receive an email with your verification link. If you don't see the email, please check your spam folder.
  5. Pick a username. You can make up your own or use the prepopulated suggestion.
  6. Click the Let's Get Started play button to access your modules.

Upon completion of the module(s), contact a Financial Coach at Mott Community College.

Create a budget with

Knowing how much money you have to spend gives you the freedom to make purchases doubt free and to support your financial priorities.

Explore this free guide to budgeting provided by at Budgeting 101. logo

"Budgeting 101"

Entering college is the perfect time to develop healthy financial habits, and it all starts with creating and adhering to a budget.