By Cheryl Toomey, University Relations Graduate Assistant

From freshmen first moving away from home to seniors preparing for life after college, financial matters can be a source of confusion and stress for college students. Many universities, however, are creating financial literacy programs to help students steer clear of common mistakes and plan for their financial futures.

A recent article from University Business Magazine mentioned UTC as a university that offers an effective financial literacy program. The article, “Money missteps on campus,” mentions UTC’s “Live Like a Student” programming that helps students to live within their means and discusses upcoming plans in the Office of Financial Aid.

Read the entire article in University Business Magazine.

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2 Comments » for UTC recognized: helpful financial education programs benefit students
  1. Joann Strickland says:

    My daughter Sarah Strickland upcoming Freshman has been waiting on a return call for weeks now about enrolling in the online financial class. Can you help?

  2. Joan, your daughter should contact Bill Parker, UTC’s Financial Literacy Coordinator. He will be able to answer your questions. If you can’t reach Bill, try the email address on the financial aid contact page. If you can’t get through to Financial Aid, give us a call in University Relations at (423) 425-4363 and we’ll try to find someone to help you.

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