The Financial Literacy Center (FLC) exists to provide personal finance and money management education to UW-W students and the campus community. Free coaching session appointments are available and encouraged for you to obtain a better understanding of their personal finances. Whether you want to create a budget, learn to build and manage credit, make a plan to pay for your education, or understand student loan repayment, the FLC is here to provide financial information and resources during your time at UW-Whitewater.
Recently, the FLC published Being Money Smart at UW-W for students to obtain money smart tips while attending UW-Whitewater. Click on the link for over 55 pages of money management tips from other UW-W students on topics like employment, food, housing, transportation, financial basics, and more. In addition, if you have helpful hints to add, be sure to comment, and the Peer Financial Educators will review for addition to the guide.
Last spring, the FLC collaborated with CLD and Financial Aid to develop a guide for our graduating students. Check out the Guide for Warhawk Graduates: Career & Financial Tips to Help You Succeed.
Financial Specialist: Jamie Busse
This is Jamie's 5th year working at UW Whitewater in the Student Accounts/Cashiers office and her second year working in the Financial Literacy office. She is interested in the financial impact college and money have on students and their familes. She is eager to assist students with their financial issues and help educate the young adults to be fiscally responsible. Jamie's free time is spent camping with her husband and 3 kids, riding her motorcycle and spending time with family and friends.
2021-2022 Peer Financial Educator:
If interested in becoming a Peer Financial Educator for the 2022-2023 academic year, applications are available in our office and on the website. .
The Financial Literacy Center welcomes scheduled virtual appointments or in person appointments per your request. Our staff is available to meet with students year-round during regular office hours.
Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Hyer Hall, Room 104
The Financial Literacy Center (FLC) provides personal finance and money management education to the campus community. Free financial coaching session appointments are available to help students better understand their finances. Whether you need to create a budget, manage credit, make a plan to pay for your education, or understand student loans, the FLC is here to help.
Recently, the Financial Literacy Center collaborated with CLD and Financial Aid to develop a guide for our graduating students. Check out the Guide for Warhawk Graduates: Career & Financial Tips to Help You Succeed.
FINANCIAL LITERACY CENTER
Hyer Hall, Room 104