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Bridging Financial Wellness and Student Success: Effective Models for Community Colleges

Tytuł :
Bridging Financial Wellness and Student Success: Effective Models for Community Colleges
Autorzy :
Beer, Allison; Bray, Jacob B.; Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT)
Źródło :
Association of Community College Trustees. 24 pp.
Dostępność :
Full Text from ERIC Available online: https://eric.ed.gov/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED607406">https://eric.ed.gov/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED607406
Association of Community College Trustees. 1233 20th Street NW Suite 605, Washington, DC 20036. Tel: 202-775-4667; Fax: 202-223-1297; Web site: http://www.acct.org
Recenzowane naukowo :
N/A
Data publikacji :
2020
Deskryptory :
Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Student Needs, Money Management, Student Financial Aid, Grants, College Role, Success, Educational Finance, Tuition, Fees, Costs, Paying for College, Knowledge Level, Racial Differences, Ethnicity, First Generation College Students, Student Characteristics, Institutional Characteristics, Public Colleges, Private Colleges, Student Loan Programs, Wellness, Grade Point Average, Academic Persistence, College Credits
Abstractor :
ERIC
Liczba referencji :
-1
Sponsoring Agency :
Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
Język :
English
Liczba stron :
24
Education Level :
Higher Education; Postsecondary Education; Two Year Colleges
Typ publikacji :
Reports - Evaluative
Kod czasopisma :
JAN2021
Data wpisu :
2020
Numer akcesji :
ED607406
Raport
Community college students face a number of financial decisions and obligations along the path to degree completion. Students must secure resources to pay for college expenses, including their tuition, fees, and basic living necessities. Central to this is students' abilities to access financial aid resources including federal, state, and institutional aid. Colleges also play a role in providing clear and timely financial education to ensure students are aware of available resources and have a strong foundation in personal financial management. Existing research on students' financial wellness typically separates financial aid and financial education approaches. For this report, the aim is to address both categories to offer community colleges strategies for holistic supports. Key takeaways from the report include: (1) Community college students' expenses often exceed available grant aid; (2) Financial literacy can be a critical topic for students seeking to navigate the complex nature of college financing and personal expenses; but is not a replacement for financial aid resources; and (3) This report highlights the Guardian Money Management for Life (MMFL) Program as an example of a personal finance course that has expanded to a financial empowerment model to provide students with holistic support services.

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