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Financial Wellness

Financial Wellness Program

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Welcome to the University of Wyoming Financial Wellness Program 

The financial well being of our students is very important, which is why the mission of the Financial Wellness Program is to provide our campus community with education, training, and resources to enrich and encourage a lifelong practice of financial literacy, management, and resourcefulness. 

What is Financial Wellness?

Financial Wellness is simply the ability to understand your money.  More specifically, it is an essential life skill that is important for all college students.  Financial Wellness is not about being rich; it is about enjoying your life while living below your means.  Our goal is to provide you with the education, training and resources that will enrich your understanding of living a financially sound lifestyle

Programming and resources were made possible by the generous support from UniWyo Federal Credit Union.

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Manage Your Personal Finances
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Credit and Debt - Know Before You Borrow
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Prepare for Your Future
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Parent's Guide
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Financial News & Newsletters
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Additional Resources
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Student Financial Wellness Committee
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About Us
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Financial Wellness

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