Within Your Budget
"WE NEED MUCH LESS THAN WE THINK WE NEED."
"A PENNY SAVED, IS A PENNY EARNED."
"HE WHO DOES NOT ECONOMIZE WILL HAVE TO AGONIZE."
Maya Angelou, Benjamin Franklin, and Confucius all knew that being fiscally wise was an important part of living a successful life.
However, teaching college students to budget, build their credit score, and map a financial plan is not just about living prosperously. Making good financial decisions before and during school can lead to higher rates of retention.
We believe that the end results of really sound financial literacy is that your students stay in class, persist toward their degree, graduate, and live productive lives enriched by a quality education.
With the cost of post-secondary education increasing, students (especially low-income, non-traditional, and first-generation students) are more likely to drop when the money gets tight.
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