Name our Financial Literacy Program!


Admissions & Aid

Name our Financial Literacy Program! Contest: Sept. 25-Oct. 13

About the Financial Literacy Program

The Office of Financial Aid 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 Financial Aid 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 Financial Aid at 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!

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