CREED Offers Smart Personal Finance Series for Students, Faculty and Staff

CREED Offers Smart Personal Finance Series for Students, Faculty and Staff

 

The Center for Real Estate and Economic Development, in collaboration with the Mitchell College of Business (MCOB), is introducing Smart Personal Finance Series to help people become better at making their personal financial decisions. The Series includes 45-60 minute seminars featuring practical personal finance topics. The seminars will be offered on campus to USA students and employees and eventually off campus to the community and corporate entities.

Introductory seminars

Staying Money-Wise During College

Keeping your student loans and college-life spending in check.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

MCOB (Mitchell College of Business), Room 264 (Auditorium)

Intended for USA students. Admission is free. 

Managing Your Money After Graduation

The car, the house, or the ring? Making responsible money decisions with your first paycheck. 

Thursday, March 2, 2017

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

MCOB (Mitchell College of Business), Room 264 (Auditorium)

Intended for USA students. Admission is free. 

The Center plans to offer additional seminars in the future. Potential topics include:

  • Should I buy or should I rent? 
  • How to assess cost of living when moving for a job to another city? 
  • How to buy a house?
  • How to save for retirement and why start now?
  • How to buy a car?
  • How to decide on mortgage?
  • Should I refinance my mortgage and how?
  • How to build my credit?
  • What life documents to have in place in case of family emergency?

The Center welcomes suggestions on additional topics of interest and we are open to taking the seminars off campus for community education and corporate training. Please direct your questions and inquiries to Jana Stupavsky.

Contributed by Jana Stupavsky, Assistant Director, Center for Real Estate and Economic Development (CREED). Mitchell College of Business, 251-460-6702.

 

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