WKU releases a new financial wellness tool – WKUHerald.com
In autumn, the WKU Financial Assistance will start a new financial wellness program.
“This online modular program will help students better understand many areas of personal finance, including credit cards, student loan management, creating and managing a budget, and more,” said Sarah Haught, assistant director of recruitment and retention, in an e- Mail.
To celebrate this new program, the Financial Aid Department is offering a $ 500 scholarship to WKU students who enroll on Whatway and complete at least one module of the program.
For every additional module that a person completes, they receive additional starting places for the scholarship raffle.
Ethan Logan, vice president of enrollment and student experience all enrollment areas on campus, including scholarships.
“The design of this application [Whichway] is built on college finance scenarios, but also personal finance skills that apply to the future, ”Logan said in an email.
Logan said financial literacy is a “public advocacy” for WKU students. The Financial Support department is responsible for funding for students at the WKU.
To enter the drawing, go to www.whichway.org Register with the code 1738 and complete at least one module. The competition ends on October 15th.
News reporter Michael Crimmins can be reached at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @michael_crimm