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.

G-FIT (Gompei's Financial Intelligence Training)

Gompei’s Financial Intelligence Training (G-FIT) provides students with a basic overview of the knowledge and skills needed to manage their money during and after college.  The objective of this series is to help students develop a sense of comfort, control, and confidence when handling personal financial matters.  G-FIT consists of 6 sessions with information detailing budgeting, banking, credit, investing, debt, and identity theft.

Students have the option of attending individual sessions as their schedules allow or participating in the G-FIT certificate program. 

September 18, 2018, 4-5 pm: Banking Basics
October 2, 2018, 4-5 pm: Budgeting for College Students
October 30, 2018, 4-5 pm: Credit & Credit History
November 13, 2018, 4-5 pm: Investing 
January 29, 2019, 4-5 pm: Identity Theft, Panel Discussion
February 12, 2019, 4-5 pm: Student Loan Repayment

*In order for students to receive their G-FIT certificate they must complete a pre and post assessment and attend at least 4 of the 6 sessions offered.

To register or if you have any questions: Please email

Be sure to follow us on social media to stay up to date on all the exciting things the Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy is doing!  Facebook & Twitter @WPIFinancialAid & Instagram @WPIfinlit

Financial Literacy Fair

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!

Treasurer Goldberg

FinLit Fair Treasurer Goldberg
Treasurer Deb Goldberg, Senator Michael Moore, and Country Bank President Paul Scully helped us kick off the event.

T-shirt giveaway

FinLit Fair t-shirt giveaway
The first 50 students in the door received a free t-shirt, and all students received a padfolio!

Crowd Aerial View

FinLit Fair crowd aerial view
We had almost 300 students in attendance!

Budgeting Booth

FinLit Fair Budgeting Booth
Anne helped students with all of their budgeting questions.

Credit Booth

FinLit Fair Credit Booth
Mike helped students make sense of credit and helped them to pull their free credit report!

Jen & Rosie

FinLit Fair Jen & Rosie
Jen & Rosie helped organize the event and had a blast hearing all the great conversations that were had.

Employment Benefits

FinLit Fair Employment Benefits
WPI's HR team helped run the Employment Benefits booth.

TV winner

FinLit Fair TV Winner
One lucky winner, Elizabeth Coffey '17 took home the 32" smart TV!

Launch Your Financial Future

Check out our video to see some highlights from the day!