Several TACFEP members financial literacy/wellness programs were recognized in LendEDU’s national study on the Top 50 College Financial Literacy Programs. Financial literacy amongst college students is as important as ever, and our members and Texas continues to be recognized leader in the field of collegiate financial literacy education through all our efforts and contributions.
The rankings were compiled for the Top 50 College Financial Literacy Programs by using a unique scoring system based on three parameters. The three parameters and their assigned weight were as follows: (1) Number of Workshops and Resources Available -- 50%; (2) Access to One-On-One Financial Consultation -- 30%; (3) Incentivizing Programs Available -- 20%.
The full report and methodology can be found here:
Professors evaluate whether financial literacy course would have long term impact on students financial lives.
Texas A&M University celebrated the grand opening of it's Money Education Center on October. Having opened in August, the Money Education plans to serve Texas A&M students, through workshops, one-on-one financial coaching and with financial resources.
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Save the Date and join us in the Big D as we celebrate TACFEP's 5th Symposium on the campus of SMU.
Registration and hotel information will be available on Nov. 15th
Texas Association of Collegiate Financial Education Professionals