What is Financial Literacy?
Financial literacy is the ability to use knowledge and skills to manage financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. Our goal is to help equip students with knowledge and skills to make better decisions about their financial resources. This includes personal finances, investing, budgeting, paying for college, how to protect yourself from identity theft, understanding your financial aid and the FAFSA, and preparing for life after college with career and professional development.
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Check out our FATV videos for more helpful information about financial literacy including topics like money basics, debt and borrowing money, saving money and more!
Resources and Tools
- 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy: The Tools You Need to Manage your Money
- Annuity.org: Tools and tips on becoming more financially literate
- Finaid.org: A resource that provides comprehensive explanations about financial aid
Insight Credit Union: Financial education tips and tools to encourage good money management