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Financial Literacy Blog: Bridging the gap between financial literacy and financial capability.
It is important that colleges and universities address the financial wellness needs of students of color, a population that as a whole has the least access to financial education and literacy programs.Read More
It is not only wise for colleges and universities to offer financial workshops to their students, it may very well be one of the most necessary components of their education and growth.Read More
Institutions of higher learning have an opportunity to help students by offering student financial wellness programs, but before starting such a venture, most university personnel involved in this decision want to know if the program will be successful.Read More