Financial literacy can improve the lives of your students and the health of your institution.
With the increased attention on debt and default rates by state legislatures and the Obama administration, institutions must be proactive in how they help manage students’ financial education. Institutions that have strategically invested in financial literacy programming stand to improve:
Debt and default rates
Overall financial health of their students and alumni
Join us in Phoenix to learn how you can design a comprehensive, holistic approach to financial education on your campus. Our expert instructors will walk you through key student concerns at each phase of the student lifecycle and address important considerations in ensuring the continued viability of your institution’s financial literacy programming.
WHAT TO BRING
To make the most of your team’s learning experience, be sure to bring the tools your institution currently uses to expand the outreach of your financial literacy programming. We will offer time during the conference for you to workshop these tools with our expert faculty.
BRING YOUR TEAM
We recognize that financial literacy programming can come from all areas of campus. Accordingly, we invite any and all higher-ed professionals currently involved in on-campus efforts to learn best practices in comprehensive, centralized financial literacy programming. To encourage team participation, when you register 2 people from your institution, a third can attend at 50% off.
Keys to Successful Financial Literacy Grant Proposals
This workshop dives deeply into the craft of financial literacy programming in an effort to help your future grants stand out from the increasing competition. We will explore strategies for making your grant proposal stand out and examine successful and unsuccessful grant proposals.
We want you to be satisfied with your Academic Impressions learning experience. If the program you purchased fails to meet your expectations, please contact us within 30 days and let us know. We’ll credit the full amount you paid toward another AI program that may better fit your needs.