The WPI Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy wants to provide WPI students and community members with information regarding building financial knowledge. Here, you will find resources about better understanding your finances and assisting with making informed decisions, both during college and after graduation.
In addition, we offer workshops and events throughout the year aimed at understanding personal finance, such as “ID Theft & Credit Repair,” “Homebuyer Workshop,” “Student Loans: What You Need to Know About Repayment," and more. Check out our calendar to find upcoming events, or learn about past workshops.
Created by the WPI Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy, “Dollars and Sense” provides useful information to students about personal finance and important financial aid deadlines.
On February 23, 2016, the Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy, in partnership with Country Bank, held our first financial literacy fair! We hosted financial experts on a variety of different topics, including Employment Benefits, Transportation, Budgeting, Insurance, Housing, Credit, Student Loans, Fraud Prevention, Saving & Investing, and Career Development. We were blown away by the success and feedback. We had almost 300 students in attendance, and all were engaged, interested, and eager to learn. We had amazing feedback from students, volunteers, administration, and state government officials! Thank you to everyone who was involved!