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The University of the Incarnate Word believes that all of our students, families and alumni should have access to the most information possible to help them make wise decisions about financing and repaying their education. So, we've partnered with iGrad to provide financial wellness resources to students, alumni, and families.

No two students are exactly alike, so when you sign up for iGrad, you'll build a personalized profile and plan to improve your money management, career, and student loan skills. We'll provide recommended video tips, quick financial lessons, personalized job search, scholarship opportunities and more.

  • Set Up Your iGrad Account

    Current Students and Faculty/Staff

    iGrad is now integrated with MyWord! You'll have one-click access to your profile and recommendations directly through your portal account. Log on to MyWord and click "iGrad Financial Wellness" link found under the Launchpad options. Follow the prompts to access your dashboard and personalize your profile.

    If you prefer not to go through MyWord, you may sign up directly at iGrad using your UIW or personal email address.

    Future Cardinals, Alumni and Parents

    Sign up at iGrad using your personal email address. Follow the prompts to access your dashboard and personalize your profile.

    Don't forget to bookmark the UIW iGrad site for easy access so you can check back often! iGrad updates its content daily with timely new articles, videos, infographics, and more. The more you explore, the more iGrad will personalize content to address your specific goals and interests!

  • How iGrad Works

  • iGrad Scholarship Search

    iGrad Scholarships
    iGrad offers a scholarship search engine featuring hand-crated, quality scholarships. Their editors, are constantly grooming and adding scholarships to the database to ensure scholarship opportunities are quality, up to date, and have the best interest of students in mind. The scholarship database is growing every day and currently includes over 7,000 scholarship awards totaling over $50 million.