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In celebration of April as Financial Literacy Month, ECMC is pleased to offer a month of webinars that provide you with timely, up-to-date information in a concise formatundefinedgiving you the right amount of information in the right amount of time. Our webcasts are at no cost to you.


Monday webinars are at 4pm EST; Wednesday webinars are at 1pm EST

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4/2 - Life after college: Helping your students prepare for repayment

Graduation is right around the corner. Are your students ready for life after college with student loans?  Do they understand what the next steps are in preparing to enter repayment?  Join us as we discuss how to best help your students in managing their student loans after graduation.


4/7 & 4/9 Financial Goal Setting

Setting financial goals are a vital part of reaching prosperity. Yet for many of us, creating a savings plan is intimidating and we are easily discouraged about our savings habits. Join us as we explore tactics for goal setting as well as some basic lessons on the “Rule of 72” and investment vehicles.


4/16 Financial Literacy and Default Prevention Best Practices Shared

What are other schools doing to achieve low default rates?  How are they getting students to attend their financial literacy workshops? Join us to hear and share best practicesundefinedreal-life stories, examples, and ideas from school administrators, like you, discussing what works and what has not in financial literacy and default prevention.


4/21 Financial Literacy in Higher Education: The Most Successful Models and Methods for Gaining Traction- COHEAO Whitepaper

Join us for a discussion on the newly released Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organizations (COHEAO) financial literacy whitepaper: “Financial Literacy in Higher Education: The Most Successful Models and Methods for Gaining Traction.” This webinar will focus on what’s being done in financial literacy on campuses today along with implementation tactics for increasing student success with the goal of lowering student loan default rates. Two of the whitepaper’s co-authors Kris Alban, Vice President, iGrad and Mary K. Johnson, Director of Financial Literacy and Financial Aid Policy, Higher One are guest panelists in this special National Financial Literacy Month webinar.  


4/28 & 4/30 Behavioral Finance

Money behavior is frequently influenced by feelings. Whether we tend to shop when we’re feeling blue or spend more during high-stress times, emotions often drive impulse purchases. Join us as we explore our money personalities and discover how to use behavior positively. This is a great presentation to share with your students!




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