NASPA
2018 NASPA Annual Conference

Financial Wellness Personalized: Applications and Self Exploration for the Student Affairs Professionals

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Participants will gain knowledge and tools to better understand the intersection among finances, mental health, identity and values, and overall well-being from the perspective of the practitioners but also in working with students. Presenters will discuss financial well-being from both an individual and group/programmatic perspective. Presenters will address theoretical models, student development theory, and practical applications of concepts including discussions focused on financial literacy such as budgeting, credit, debt repayment, savings, and retirement.

Additional registration required
When

Sunday, March 4
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Where

115 C
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Presented by

Morgan McMillan, Assistant Director of Financial Literacy, Indiana University-Bloomington
Paola Hernandez BarĂ³n, MoneySmarts WellBeing Consultant, Office of Financial Literacy, Indiana University-Bloomington
Philip Schuman, Director of Financial Literacy, Indiana University-Bloomington