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Financial Literacy


We recognize the critical importance of financial literacy, particularly for students attending HBCUs. In communities where access to financial education may have been limited and historical inequities persist, our financial literacy program serves as a beacon of empowerment and opportunity. We understand that many of our students may not have been exposed to foundational financial knowledge, and we aim to bridge this gap by offering comprehensive resources and support.


Our program is not just about balancing budgets and managing debt; it's about equipping the next generation with the tools to build generational wealth and break cycles of economic hardship. Through interactive workshops and tailored resources, we empower HBCU students to make informed financial decisions, invest in their futures, and create pathways to prosperity for themselves and their communities.


We believe that there is always more to learn, and we are committed to ensuring that every student has the opportunity to achieve financial independence and success. 

Money Mindsets: This course could cover the psychological aspects of money management, including attitudes towards money, common money beliefs, and how these beliefs influence financial behavior. 

Credit Cards & College Students: This course could focus on educating students about the responsible use of credit cards, including how credit works, how to choose the right credit card, understanding interest rates and fees, building credit history, and avoiding common pitfalls like credit card debt.

Budgeting: Budgeting is a fundamental skill for financial success. This course could teach students how to create and stick to a budget, track expenses, prioritize spending, and adjust their budget as needed. It could also cover strategies for budgeting with irregular income, such as part-time jobs or internships.

Savings: This course could cover the importance of saving money, different types of savings accounts and investment options, setting savings goals, and strategies for building an emergency fund. It could also address common obstacles to saving money and provide tips for overcoming them.

Stocks 101 for HBCU Students: This course could provide an introduction to investing in the stock market, including basic concepts like stocks, dividends, bonds, and mutual funds, how the stock market works, how to research and evaluate investment opportunities, and strategies for building a diversified investment portfolio. It could also address the unique challenges and opportunities faced by HBCU students when it comes to investing.

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