Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 11:00-12:00 PM
This workshop will cover various topics and is offered twice a month.
This week's focus: Savings and Emergency Funds
Beginning Friday, Sept. 11 and continuing every other Friday until Nov. 13 drop in virtually to speak with a Financial Wellness Associate about any money or finance concerns you have.
Thursday, Nov. 5 at 12:30-1:30 PM
Learn to navigate life after graduating! From budgeting to loan repayment plans, we'll cover any concerns students may have about life after college.
CashCourse is your guide to making informed financial choices. Register for a free account using your CU Denver email to find your financial wellness assignments and other financial tools and start taking charge of your money.
1. Create an account with your CU Denver email address.
2. Go to My Assignments on your Dashboard
3. Click Instructor or School Admin and choose Chelsea Morgan in the drop-down.
There are various assignment modules that take about 30 minutes each. You can do any assignment you choose.
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Annuity.org has created a guide to the basics of student financial literacy. This guide covers scholarships, student loans, planning for the future and more! By managing how to pay for school and budgeting, students can worry less about debt and more about their career and future.
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