CashCourse also offers a number of interactive tools for students:
To facilitate the program on campus, CashCourse includes resources for teachers and administrators:
By: Kara T., University of Alaska Anchorage
I am 33 years old, halfway through my first bachelor’s degree, and digging myself out of the financial mess that was my 20s. I wish someone had told me a few things about life before I grabbed that proverbial shovel and started digging with all of the enthusiasm a 20-something can muster. So, I write to you, current 20-somethings, the letter I wish I could write to my previous self. You are awesome. You have your whole life ahead of you and you will do some fantastic things. You will earn degrees, find a partner, give back to your communities and find a niche that matches the person you wish to become. But, despite all of that awesomeness, you possess the power to do things that will negatively affect your life. Things that will give you clarity as to why the celebration of your first three decades on earth will forever be known as the “dirty 30.” This fate is not guaranteed, however, and with just a few thoughtful decisions and a bit of careful planning, your life can be different.