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Financial Literacy Blog: Bridging the gap between financial literacy and financial capability.
Many of today’s college graduates are leaving campus with more than a diploma. They often are starting adult life burdened with high student loan debt.Read More
Educational institutions are quickly coming to the understanding that a student’s wellness affects their ability to graduate from college, which in turn impacts the bottom line of colleges and universities.Read More
As tuition rates increase more than seven times faster than wages, today’s graduate must work well over 4,000 hours to pay off the debt, twelve times longer than their parents.Read More
Although it is not surprising to find that some college students are stressed about money, the number of students who suffer may be shocking. An Ohio State University study found that nearly three-quarters of college students suffer from financial stress.Read More