Put your campus on the map
These case studies are one way to see how other schools are spreading the word about financial education and CashCourse.
Columbia College in Sonora, Calif., uses CashCourse in its TRiO program, helping the college to meet the Higher Education Opportunity Act financial literacy requirements for its 142 TRiO students. Using its Reimbursement Program funds, Columbia promoted CashCourse to TRiO students with events throughout the semester. Read more for the full story.
“If students learn about finance everywhere on campus, it ends up being more beneficial,” says Amanda Roberts, director of career development at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo. “It can’t just come from one office.” At Stephens, the career development department works with other groups of faculty and staff for a cross-campus approach to “financial wellness.” Read more of Stephens College’s story here.
Good Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Sciences
While some of the nearly 400 students at Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Sciences are of traditional college age, a large percentage are working, have families of their own, or are returning to school in their 50s and 60s. Read more for the full story.
Ashland Community & Technical College
After receiving $500 from the CashCourse Reimbursement Program, Ashland developed two campaigns that offered students incentives to learn more about personal finance. Read more for the full story.
Purdue University, Lafayette West
"When we talk with our students about CashCourse, they always think there’s a catch,” says Brandon Endsley, a financial aid administrator at Purdue University, West Lafayette. Read the full story here.
Like most universities, funds are tight and administrators must be resourceful, which is why Davenport University was so excited to win $600 from the CashCourse Reimbursement Program. Read its full story here.
For Madonna University financial literacy really is a school wide effort.
Pensacola State College
Learn how Pensacola State College got financial literacy to be a campus-wide theme.
Palm Beach State College
“If they don’t complete the program, they will hear from us.” This is the mantra for TRiO administrators at Palm Beach State.
Shepherd University, a small, public liberal arts school in West Virginia saw over 250 students visit their CashCourse site in April. Patience and going out onto their campus to meet students led to their success!
Learn how Rice University went from having zero to over one thousand visitors on their CashCourse site in one month!
Texas Tech University
Consistency has been the key to success for Texas Tech University’s Office of Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs, landing it in the top 20 schools for website traffic in 2010.
University of California–Irvine
Learn how the University of California-Irvine piques parental interest in using CashCourse.
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan participated in our reimbursement program and was able to effectively spread the word about CashCourse. See how sweet a 1,000% increase can be.
Louisiana State University
Learn how LSU uses CashCourse to teach students Financial Basics on the Geaux.
University of California San Diego
The University of California San Diego’s Office of Student Wellness launched its CashCourse site and implemented a CashCourse Weekly Challenge. Read more to see how SMART its campus is now.
University of Utah
In late January, CashCourse celebrated our 500th school to enroll at the University of Utah. We decided to focus our celebration activities on what we have seen work at other CashCourse colleges. To learn more about the fun we had at Utah read our article in the NEFE Digest.
Oklahoma State University
Learn how Oklahoma State caught the eyes of its students and enticed them to visit their campus' CashCourse website.