April is National Financial Literacy Month - take the time to educate yourself on important topics such as budgeting, saving, building credit, identity theft, and investing so as to develop your financial IQ!
Our goal is to raise awareness of the connection between financial management decisions, overall health, and student success. We promote financial literacy through a variety of learning opportunities to aid in financial skill development, assist in avoiding financial pitfalls, and foster resiliency to manage setbacks when they occur.
Come learn about how your academics can impact your fiancial aid
RIT Chief Financial Officer presenting to the RIT community on Investing 101 basics
Chair of the Financial Health team, Sharon Kompalla-Porter, presenting at RIT’s Connectology Leadership Conference on “Top 10 Things to Should Know About Money Before You Graduate”
Primerca Regional Leader and Financial Health team member Quincey Ornellas presenting on “Brick by Brick: Building Your Financial Foundation” to RIT students
RIT Student Affairs and Student Government are excited to offer a FREE Financial Wellness Conference on Sunday, February 10th from 1-5:30pm in CIMS (Louise Slaughter Hall - building 78). The goal of this conference is to raise awareness about the importance of financial wellness/financial literacy. The conference will kick off with a keynote address from RIT alum William Prentice II from Prentice Wealth Management and attendees will also be able to select to attend up to three, 50 minute sessions on a variety of financial literacy topics mentioned above. Register for the conference on RIT CampusGroups.