Using Digital and In-Person Tools to Create Engaging Campus Financial Literacy Programs

Tuesday, June 27, 2017: 8:30 AM-9:30 AM
Room 15AB (San Diego Convention Center)
Session Type: Interest Sessions
Track: Professional Development & Management
Subcategories: Enrollment & Retention Track
Audience: Beginner (2 or less years experience) and Intermediate (3-7 years experience)
Credit Type: Clock Hours
School Type: Public School, Private School, Graduate/Professional and Community College
Building personal finance skills for students is important to overall student success. It takes innovation, research, and planning to make the most of limited time and resources. Join our panel of financial aid professionals to hear some of their strategies for engaging student financial literacy programs. This session will also review academic research, criteria for effective financial education, and digital and in-person strategies to create better campus financial education programs.
Amelia Conrad (National Endowment for Financial Education)
Kristin Bhaumik (University of Michigan)
Adam DiIulio (Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus)