CashCourse is a free, online financial education resource provided by the National Endowment for Financial Education designed specifically for college and university students. Created with input from real students and universities, CashCourse equips students with information that helps them make informed financial decisions, from orientation to graduation and beyond.
The University of Southern Mississippi is also a registered affiliate of the below government financial literacy programs. We encourage students to utilize the financial literacy programs, worksheets, and hard copies provided by our office to make more informed decisions for your personal financing needs, college funding preparation, and career decisions. These topics include, but are not limited to information on credit, budgeting, investing, taxes, government benefits, career planning, buying large purchases, and more. Please, contact our office if you would like more information on a specific topic or to schedule a workshop on a specific financial literacy subject.
⇒ To request a financial literacy workshop, please complete the request form here.
This program is under the National Endowment for Financial Education. SAM's Money Basics courses form the foundation for the rest of your personal finance journey. Each course will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and includes valuable tools and resources including worksheets, calculators, and quizzes.
This website is a product of the Congressionally chartered Federal Financial Literacy and Education Commission, which is made up of more than 20 federal entities that are coordinating and collaborating to strengthen financial capability and increase access to financial services for all Americans.
Building Wealth: A Beginner's Guide to Securing Your Financial Future is a personal finance education resource that presents an overview of wealth-building strategies for consumers, community leaders, teachers, and students.
This program is under the National Endowment for Financial Education. This resource can be used by prospective students, parents, and teachers to begin financial planning before arriving to college.