Money Talk: Financial Literacy at Appalachian

Three ways you can fight back against debt

  1. Crunch the numbers: It's way easier to figure out how you're going to pay for college when you know what it's going to cost.
  2. Educate yo'sef: Arm yourself with the tools you need to make the right financial decisions.
  3. Borrow our brains: Two heads are better than one—especially when it comes to solving money issues. Schedule a consult, and let us help you make a plan.

Consult

Managing money is one of the tougher parts of adulting—especially when you're trying to do so on a college student budget. So if you find yourself struggling with your finances, don't feel bad. It's normal. The good news is that you don't have to figure it out on your own. The Money Talk Team is here to help. Interact with finance instructors or students who are learning the most up-to-date methods for financial advising today.

Schedule a consult.

Courses

Educate yo'sef and earn academic credit.

Step 1: Watch our series of financial literacy videos at your own pace. Topics covered range from basic financial literacy all the way up to risk management.

Step 2: If you're serious about talking money, you can also take a 3-credit-hour class that covers everything the shorter classes do, and much more.

Financial Literacy Videos

Financial Literacy Director Bryan Bouboulis appeared on AppTV's Hi Neighbor, a weekly interview show featuring students, organizations, and events around campus and the High Country. In these brief segments, Bouboulis offers financial "news you can use" to Appalachian students.