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Fall 2017 CashCourse Reimbursement Program Highlights

2/5/2018       Posted by Raven Newberry

Twice a year, CashCourse helps fund financial education programming through the Reimbursement Program. This mini-grant provides up to $500 in gift card or food incentives to go towards financial literacy at selected schools’ campuses. This past cycle, 25 colleges and universities were selected for funding.
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Google Analytics: A Powerful Evaluation Tool

1/15/2018       Posted by Raven Newberry

Did you know that you can track the web traffic of your school’s CashCourse account? Every CashCourse school account has Google Analytics tracking enabled. This free tool is available to administrator, faculty, and staff users.
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Top 10 CashCourse Schools of 2017

12/11/2017       Posted by Raven Newberry

The CashCourse team is thrilled to recognize the 2017 top 10 schools for web engagement. Thank you for all that you do for financial literacy!
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Thank You for an Amazing 2017!

12/11/2017       Posted by Raven Newberry

Thank you for a fantastic year! CashCourse is proud to help support financial literacy programs at your campuses. 2017 saw many great accomplishments, and we cannot wait to see what 2018 will bring. Read more about the CashCourse highlights from this year.
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Financial Capability Among Young Adults

10/19/2017       Posted by Raven Newberry

As part of its mission, the National Endowment for Financial Education funds research studies on financial issues of concern to the public and to the field of financial education. This 2016 NEFE-funded study conducted by George Washington University presents a stark contrast between Millennials’ confidence in money management and their actual knowledge. This research not only sheds light on Millennials’ financial behaviors, but offers guidance on how these identified knowledge gaps can be used as opportunities for educators.
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