Financial management is an important thing, especially for students in the university, because money is one of the crucial aspects of university life. This study aims to determine the relationship between financial self-efficacy, behaviour, wellness and its effect on academic performances. The quantitative cross-sectional study design was carried out using a questionnaire. The finding shows that students had a high level of financial self-efficacy, practised fairly good financial behaviour and had a moderate level of financial wellness. These finding can provide an effective plan and implement financial wellness initiatives on campus.