Webster University provides access to a free course on Financial Literacy for all students. Financial literacy refers to the set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions through their understanding of finances.
While it is important to stay current with your student account at Webster University, it is equally important to develop good financial habits now and for the rest of your life. Education on the management of personal finances is an essential part of planning and paying for post-secondary education. Everyone needs to understand their options with respect to the vast array of financial products, services, and providers to make sound financial decisions.
The Financial Literacy 101 course provides a free opportunity to learn what it means to be financially healthy. The course covers budgeting, bank services, credit and debit cards, credit reports and scores, identify theft, financial goals, and more!
Do you know what it takes to be financially healthy? To find out more about Financial Literacy 101.
Financial Literacy 101 is a service of Decision Partners.