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1 Create Successful Financial Literacy on Campus Moderated by: Colleen MacDonald, SimpleTuition Presented by: Paul Mittelhammer, Inceptia Dennis Zanchi, ECMC Lynne Garcia, Corinthian Colleges, Inc. CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

2 CLFE Mission As a diverse coalition of industry participants, CLFE shall engage in activities that improve and preserve the quality and integrity of education financing products and services delivered to California students, parents and schools. CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

3 What is financial literacy? Aptitude for understanding finance Ability to make informed, effective decisions about finances Knowledge of personal finances  Budgeting▪ Banking basics  Managing credit cards▪ Student loan  Understanding a paycheck CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

4 Delivery Methods  Website Links   Group Workshops  One-on-one Sessions  Online Education/Gaming  Publications  Inserts  Articles  Flyers  Other CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

5 Making the Case – Rise in COA & Student Debt 19% 12% 19% of full-time students at public four-year colleges and universities attend institutions that increased their published prices by 12% or more. $22,000 $28,100 Average debt per borrower was $22,000 from the public 4-year colleges and $28,100 from private 4-year colleges CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012 Source: 2011 College Board Trends in Student Aid Source: 2009 Decision Partners Financial Literacy 101 webinar

6 Making the Case – Lack of Financial Skills 2010 State-by-State Financial Capability Survey CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012 Source: 2010 State-by-State Financial Capability Survey conducted by FINRA Investor Education Foundation

7 Making the Case – Legislative Environment  Changes to Cohort Default Rates (CDR)  Initiatives by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)  Gainful Employment Regulations CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

8 Making the Case – Stress and Money CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012 Source: 2007 DUCK = Deep Underground Credit Knowledge

9 Making the Case – Students Want Help  84%  84% of college students want more information on financial education topics.  24%  24% of college students say they are well prepared for the financial challenges that await them after graduation CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012 Source: 2007 Hartford Financial Services Source: 2009 Sallie Mae survey

10 Identify Your Students’ Needs Survey students – Topics – Delivery methods Review results Draft a curriculum Survey Topics Banking Basics Buying a home or car Credit reports and scores Debt and Borrowing Financial Goal-Setting Health and life insurance Identity theft Investment basics Making a budget Making major purchases Paycheck and taxes Paying for College Rebuilding credit Renter’s and auto insurance Setting and saving for goals Understanding credit CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

11 Create a Success Team  Look at your organization chart to identify potential departments to partner with  Create a proposal  Define the purpose  Identify benefits to school and students  Propose delivery methods and potential content  Note success measurements  Outline costs, resources, and potential personnel  Confirm buy-in CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

12 Public/Private College Organizational Chart CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

13 Career School Organizational Chart CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

14 Why They’ll Buy In CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012 Full chart available at:

15 Implementing Financial Literacy on Campus CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

16 Planning Timeline CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

17 The Proposal CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

18 Marketing - Getting Students to Attend  What is the topic/name of the workshop?  What time does the workshop begin and end?  Where is the workshop?  Which methods will be used to promote the workshop?  flyers /posters   newsletter/newspaper  word of mouth/social media  other  How will the attendee benefit? CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

19 Marketing and Promotion  Utilize social media  Build in to existing services (FYE, Greek Life, Housing, etc.)  Educate your colleagues  Word-of-mouth CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

20 Example Flyer CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

21 Paying for a Financial Education Program  External  Internal dollars  In-kind  Leverage existing resources  Certify your staff  Students  Free resources CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

22 Student Participation CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012  Innovators – Seek new opportunities and ideas  Early adopters – Grasp and apply some ideas  Early majority – Gathering ideas  Late majority – Aware of ideas  Laggards – Unconcerned

23 Case Study: Corinthian Colleges, Inc.  A Campus Student Loan Specialist at Every Everest and WyoTech campus: Creating and Fostering Rapport  Mandatory Financial Literacy  Mandatory In-Person Exit Counseling for Graduates  On-going workshops and outreach events CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012

24 Training Created by CASFAA Web-Based Training 2012 Deb Barker-Garcia & Lynne Garcia Colleen MacDonald Dennis Zanchi Paul Mittelhammer & Kate Trombitas / Amy Kasper


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