Money + Finances

Money can be a challenge.

Attending college is expensive and requires a whole set of skills that often aren’t taught as teenagers.  This includes paying bills, developing a budget, applying for scholarships, deciding in a place to rent, chasing down internships, and managing loans. At the UCM, we believe that God calls us to be faithful stewards by teaching and learning how to manage what God gives us.

Faith + Money Class 
Every year, we offer special classes that ties Bible verses to practical money management skills such as budgeting, saving money, generosity, and financial planning. 

The UCM keeps an updated list of scholarship opportunities that can help UCM students pay for college.  

Financial Peace University
The UCM partners with local churches that host Financial Peace University – a well-known and well-structured Christian financial class – that teaches money skills and biblical values.

Texas State Student Emergency Services
The Dean’s office can help students who find themselves in emergency financial needs. More information can be found here: