“I am very excited to bring workshops on vital financial topics to students living in the Residence Halls at OU. College is a critical moment for students to prepare for independent living. With proper financial tools and knowledge at their disposal, students will be ready to take on the world after graduation!”— Ian, Financial Educator

Financial 4.0

 
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Published: Jan 18, 2018

Financial 4.0 Educational Sessions Set to Debut on OU Campus

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OU Credit Union is excited to host three financial education sessions for students on the Oakland University campus this semester.

 

The sessions, covering the topics of budgeting, credit, and identity theft, are part of a program that pairs with the Credit Union’s free financial education app, Financial 4.0. The app provides financial literacy content created by student-interns and experts from the Financial Education department. You can download the app through the Apple Store or Google Play, or you can view the website version here: https://www.oucreditunion.org/fin40/home/.

 

“I am very excited to bring workshops on vital financial topics to students living in the Residence Halls at OU,” said Ian, a Financial Educator. “College is a critical moment for students to prepare for independent living. With proper financial tools and knowledge at their disposal, students will be ready to take on the world after graduation!”

 

All three sessions, running from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., are in Hamlin Hall, room 401, and refreshments will be provided. Here is closer look at the upcoming schedule:

 

Wednesday, February 28 – Budgeting

Wednesday, March 14 – Credit

Wednesday, March 28 – Identity Theft

 

Students are welcome to show up to these sessions, though we encourage you to register in advance through the Financial 4.0 app or website. Here is the registration link: https://www.oucreditunion.org/fin40/events/.

 

We look forward to seeing you at Financial 4.0!