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"All the topics that are discussed are student relevant. iGrad has so many avenues to getting financial literacy to our students - all fun and interactive."
"In today's economic climate… it is incumbent upon colleges and universities to better educate our students on money management. iGrad provides an interactive platform that incorporates valuable information on financial literacy… financial aid assistance… and job search."
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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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Here at iGrad we strive to educate administrators on the latest news in student loans, budgeting, career development, and personal finance. Through careful analysis of the latest trends in higher education, we are able to put together provocative resources.See All Resources
Financial Literacy Blog: Bridging the gap between financial literacy and financial capability.
For many students, college is their first opportunity to set their own schedule, take responsibility, and pay bills. It is a lot to handle. Besides academics, a student’s financial health and literacy may be the biggest factor to their success.Read More
In general, students enter college with very little understanding of personal finances. Although all students have these questions, some students find them more difficult to answer.Read More
In the past year, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on your students. The National College Student COVID-19 Survey found that students are more worried about the financial fallout of the pandemic than they are the health consequences.Read More
Student loan debt is an ongoing crisis in America. In just one quarter between the end of 2018 and the start of 2019, it grew $29 billion. An estimated 44 million Americans carry student debt, and 10% or more of those debts are delinquent or in default.Read More