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Financial Literacy Blog: Bridging the gap between financial literacy and financial capability.
Many colleges and universities offer financial counseling to students that focuses on tuition and loans. However, students need so much more. Learn which qualities will ensure that your student financial literacy program is not just good, but great.Read More
Students are more likely to trust those similar to them, which makes a student ambassador program an ideal way to share information. Fellow college students can be the larger voices to help peers connect with the financial education they need.Read More
As the cost of college rises and the burden of student loans increases, more students drop out of college. The best way to help students is to show them the value of their education and help them understand their loans and the repayment process.Read More
NCAA rules and state laws now allow student-athletes to earn money through sponsorship deals. However, most students don’t have the financial literacy skills to manage large amounts of money responsibly. Universities have the responsibility to help.Read More