The brief, Financial Literacy at Minority-Serving Institutions, reveals that financial literacy is increasingly becoming a familiar resolution for institutions that are struggling to achieve stronger student retention and completion and eventual lower loan default rates. It explores different types of interventions—such as faculty development, cross-departmental collaboration, mentoring, first-year experience, orientation, social media, workshops, entrance and exit counseling, and community engagement—that have proven to be helpful to both students and institutions.
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Financial Literacy at Minority-Serving Institutions
Published: December 2011