Financial Well-being

iGrad, the Financial Well-Being Platform

Gettysburg College has instituted a campus-wide effort to raise awareness of financial literacy and well-being. Through the vision and generosity of the Linda and Mort Creech Jr ’61 Endowed Fund for Student Financial Literacy, the College is providing and promoting campus-wide access to iGrad, a comprehensive, online financial well-being resource designed to help students, alumni, faculty, and staff develop or improve on their personal finance skills.

iGrad tools include:

  • Answers to the most-asked financial aid questions
  • Calculators that track mortgages, loans, and budgets
  • Games and specialized interactive modules
  • Personalized scholarship and job search bars
  • Webinars with financial well-being experts

How can I get started?

Current Students, Administration, and Faculty: Sign up for iGrad using your Gettysburg College credentials.

Prospective Students, Parents, Alum, and Friends: Create your own iGrad account. Just enter "000" in the Student ID field.

Register for iGrad

After you register, finish setting up your profile by:

  • Completing your Financial Wellness Checkup to help iGrad make personalized recommendations for content, tools, and courses
  • Choosing a cover photo of your top financial goal
  • Uploading a profile photo

Join Gettysburg College in a campus-wide journey toward financial well-being, today!

iGrad Covid-19 Resources

We are all concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on the health and well-being of our family and friends. iGrad has put together a comprehensive resource with information and tips to help stay financially well during the COVID-19 pandemic.

iGrad Coronavirus Financial Health Guide

Have questions?

Email iGrad Support at