Student resources for tackling personal finances


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By Paul Garbarino
With national student loan debt climbing to over $1.3 trillion, students may struggle to manage their personal finances, but resources through the University aim to help students take control of their assets.
BGSU is partnered with PNC Bank to provide students with free financial literacy resources, workshops and programs. From the “Money 101” to “Identify theft,” there are several different seminar events offered that cover the essentials for attaining financial autonomy.
PNC’s money management online module is its central resource offered to students that elucidates concepts behind banking basics, checking accounts, managing accounts and budgeting fundamentals. The module can be openly accessed on the BGSU PNC banking website, and students who complete it receive a certificate of completion that is indicative of how well they know financial abstracts.
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