Financial Literacy

 

Did you know April is Financial Literacy Month?

Mark your calendar for upcoming Danes, Dollars and $ense workshops. Be sure to bring a friend!


What is Financial Literacy and how does it affect me?

Financial Literacy is the possession of knowledge and the ability to make informed, effective decisions about personal finance, debt, and savings.

The University at Albany is committed to helping students reach their personal goals and preparing them for life after college. The financial decisions you make as a student will have lasting consequences. It is our goal to provide you with the skills necessary to make informed financial decisions so you can build a healthy financial future.


Great Danes, Dollars & $ense. UAlbany's financial literacy program, created in conjunction with SUNY Smart Track, provides training for financial success: personal budgeting, saving, credit, loans, identity theft, and much more.


Empowered Financial Planning. Smart money management is key to a bright financial future. From banking and budgeting to identifying theft and student loans, learn what you need to know.

 

Take 30 seconds to click the SUNY Smart Track button and create an account. Use the entire program or pick and choose!