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Financial Literacy Blog: Bridging the gap between financial literacy and financial capability.
The best way to determine what your students need is to ask them by conducting a needs assessment. This is simply a set of questions that will help you identify the needs of your students as a whole.Read More
College campuses should focus on student financial wellness. But money management training needs to go beyond student loan debt. Students need help figuring out a monthly budget, credit scores, cosigning, savings, and further education planning.Read More
Universities across the US are adding financial wellness programs in order to educate their students about personal finance challenges. Yet most lack a needs assessment, specific goals, and performance assessments, as well as a 12-month promotional plan.Read More
The University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) is partnering with iGrad to offer a comprehensive and adaptive financial education platform to its largely non-traditional student population.Read More