Back Offers Financial Resources to Help Plan for Fall College Semester
June 23, 2020

As states across the country see a resurgence of COVID-19 cases,’s experts lend a lifeline for parents and students trying to plan for an uncertain school year.

Foster City, CA – June 23, 2020 – Due to the ongoing concerns of COVID-19’s impact on the upcoming fall college semester, there are many questions surrounding if and how many schools will open back up, leaving new and returning students in limbo. With that,, a leader in credit card ratings, is offering financial resources to help parents and students plan for this uncertain future, no matter the result.

Now is the time to lay the groundwork for a financially successful fall semester and longer-term future. experts created tailored resources covering a variety of credit card related topics that will have an impact on students, no matter whether they are preparing for a semester on campus or at home.

These resources, available exclusively from, include:

  1. Expert insight from the site’s editors, along with their top picks for the best credit cards for college students
  2. A detailed guide to help parents educate kids of any age on topics such as financial planning, credit cards, loans and other related topics
  3. A back-to-basics student credit cards explainer
  4. A step-by-step guide for special circumstances when applying for credit cards to help with educational needs, including when someone is an international student, immigrant and H-1B visa holder

“It’s important that parents of college students who are studying from home still educate their children about strong financial practices and encourage them to begin putting those practices into action even if they aren’t away at school,” says Brooklyn Lowery, senior manager of

“College students can start building credit histories, learning about responsible credit card use, understanding budgets and spending even if they’re still living at home. It might be easy to put off or forget about these things given all the other changes coming for students this fall, but personal finance skills will affect their lives long term and we can’t afford to skip these lessons just because the circumstances have changed so dramatically,” added Lowery.
Resources available from

  1. Guide to getting a credit card for foreign students, immigrants, H-1B visa holders
  2. Age-by-age guide to teaching kids about money

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