About the Financial Literacy Program
The Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy provides students with information regarding building financial knowledge, ranging from providing resources to a newsletter each term. Workshops and events are held regularly that help students understand their personal finances.
Help Name Our Program—and Win!
Many other colleges have a name for their program, but right now, our program is simply called “Financial Literacy.” This is where you come in!
The Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy is holding a contest to name the program. From Sept. 25 to Oct. 13, leave your suggestions here to not only make a difference at the university that will outlast your time here, but for a chance to win some prizes! Feel free to be as creative or straight-forward as possible. You can choose to reference to something at WPI specifically (such as paying homage to Gompei) – the sky is the limit. Come up with your best thoughts!
All students who submit a suggested name will be entered in a raffle, with three winners receiving a $25 Amazon gift card. The student who submits the winning entry will be asked to take a photo with the name and logo once it is created, and will also receive WPI swag (who doesn’t love that?).
Contact The Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Programs at Other Universities
Some examples of program names at other colleges:
- Williams College: Moola: Finances for Life
- Syracuse University: I Otto Know This (Otto is the school mascot)
- Boston University: SmartMoney101
- University of Wisconsin – La Crosse: It Make$ Cents!