Financial literacy is the possession of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources. As a college student, what better time to hone your skills at managing your money?
At JU, our goal is to provide you with helpful information to guide you toward making the best financial decisions possible. Areas of interest include personal finances, budgeting basics, paying back student loans, being credit savvy, saving and investing and making the most of employee benefits.
To complete these online, self-paced modules, access Cash Course, a free online financial literacy program offered to you through Jacksonville University.
Another helpful resource is 360 degrees of financial literacy offered free through the American Institute of CPA’s.
Parents may find this helpful and informative - Great Advice for Parents.
Helpful resources for 2020 graduates - Great Advice and The More You Know.
Workshops are offered on campus throughout the academic year. Watch for announcements of topic, time and place.