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Financial Wellness Program

…designed to help you acquire the skills needed to minimize debt, alleviate stress and foster a healthy relationship with money.

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Our Vision


Student and alumni dreams made possible through financial wellness.

Our Mission

  • Provide comprehensive financial education opportunities to campus and community.
  • Foster a campus culture of financial awareness and understanding while encouraging healthy financial decision-making behavior.
  • Cultivate a safe space to explore a wide-range of financial questions and concerns from a preventative standpoint.
  • Embrace the BroncoFit holistic wellness initiative of our Boise State community.

Cash Class

Request an expert to deliver structured presentations on preferred topics.

Money Matters

Confidential guidance and support related to personal finance matters for students and their families.

Financial Fitness

(For students and educators) Explore a wide range of financial exercises safely increasing your fiscal strength and endurance.

It's A Money Thing

(For students and educators) Refresher videos on financial topics and downloads for handouts and infographics.

Resources

Campus and community services for basic needs.

Living on One’s Own

Students will find value in instructional components that prepare them to meet the needs and expenses of living independently for the first time. This training may incorporate financial goal-setting, budget planning, renter’s insurance, and use of credit.

Educational Funding Choices

This will be most useful to First year and First-Generation students early in their educational journey. Essential topics might involve choosing a major course of study based on return on investment and the use of part-time employment, grants, loans, or scholarships.

Handling Life after College

Getting a college degree is worth more if students have a plan to meet life’s demands before they graduate. Financial education for graduating students should include a segment that helps them understand student loans and how to make a career plan.
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