Preparing Students to Be Financially Responsible Helping students' futures

In today's society, graduates are having a hard time properly managing their budgets and savings. Therefore, hitting the books and studying for a personal finance class will give them the valuable knowledge to succeed.

Most graduates have no saving strategies.

They don't have a budget or know how to stick to one.

Graduates may not even know how to properly file their taxes.

Teaching the next generation should be the top priority of every university to create well-rounded, high functioning citizens.

If Liberty University replaces University 101 with Personal Finance, it will produce graduates who have the tools they need to succeed both in and out of their future careers.

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Sam Diercks
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