The Financial Wellness Center (FWC) is a resource for students to assist them in making smart, informed decisions about their money. Whether students are struggling to make ends meet or whether their finances are in pretty good shape, there is always room to improve one’s financial situation. The FWC was created to help students in a safe, competent and confidential atmosphere with one-hour consultations to address their financial concerns.
We are located in the Olpin Student Union Building Room 317. We are open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
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Finding Reliable Guidance and Avoiding Red Flags
When navigating the landscape of personal finance, it is important to find reliable sources of information and seek guidance from reputable professionals. Engaging with legitimate financial advisors, counselors, or educational resources can provide you with the necessary knowledge and tools to make informed financial decisions and cultivate a healthier financial future. Having a guide to look out for red flags and being able to identify what your needs are is essential for your journey. When you are looking for some advice on your money, turn to a financial counselor or coach.
In short, sinking fund categorizations are a great way to prioritize self-care while also staying within your budget. It helps to balance present-you needs while also saving for future-you.
High Yield Savings Accounts
Saving money is one of the most important skills you can learn and develop while in college. Part of the process of getting into the habit of saving is finding the best place to save your money. To make the most of all the hard earned money you are saving, a great option is to open up a high yield savings account (HYSA).
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