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"Berkeley College is continuously educating students on financial literacy. iGrad is an effective tool in promoting financial literacy and engaging students in best practices to manage their finances."
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Financial Literacy Blog: Bridging the gap between financial literacy and financial capability.
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Having a financial wellness program is a great way to attract students to your institution. Once you have a program set up, the next step is to get students to use it. Here are ten ways to help share your financial wellness program with students.Read More
Student financial stress is on the rise, with 70 percent of undergraduates saying they feel stressed out due to their financial situation. Students under financial stress may not feel they have anywhere to turn for help.Read More
The U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission released a report outlining how institutions of higher learning must be at the forefront of providing financial literacy to students. Additionally, universities need to consider platform security.Read More