Money Management Spring Programs

Money Management Spring Programs

St. Kate's award winning money management program is once again offering a wonderful line up of free workshops. As always, families are welcome to attend any of the programs. Please be sure to encourage your student to attend.

Tuesday, February 11, Rauenhorst-Morrison Hall lounge seminar room, 4:30 - 6 p.m.
How Do I Handle Real Life? A Backpack to Briefcase program

This event is being produced by multiple St. Kate's departments and is geared toward students in their junior or senior years. Students will receive information on the upcoming Minnesota Private Colleges Job and Internship Fair, learn budgeting techniques, and discover student loan repayment options.  Presenters: Mary Stieber-Reynhout, Associate Director, Career Development. Kathy Czech, Assistant Director, Financial Literacy. Pat Pierce, Assistant Director, Financial Aid.

Thursday, February 20, Library 110 computer room, 4:30 - 7 p.m.
Taxes and FAFSA 101

It's that time of the year - time for paperwork preparation! AccountAbility Minnesota will present and assist students with how to do their taxes, then St. Kate's Financial Aid Office will follow up with FAFSA filing information. This program will conveniently be held in the library's computer room so students may work right there. Presenters:  Mekdelawit Bayu, Tax Preparation Counselor, AccountAbility Minnesota. Anna Hardeman, Financial Aid Counselor, Financial Aid.

Wednesday, April 2, St. Mary's Hall lounge, 4:30 - 6 p.m.
What I Wish I Knew When I Started College

A panel comprised of St. Kate's seniors will share with first year and sophomore students what they have learned about managing money, time, class work and living with roommates. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn how to wisely navigate the upcoming college years from peers. Presenters: St. Kate's Student Senate Officers, Resident Life Advisors and Peer Money Mentors.

Saturday, April 5, CdC 370, 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Student Loan Repayment Options Info Session

Whether graduating soon or simply planning ahead, this topic is invaluable to anyone with student loans. Discovering the available repayment options such as loan consolidation, deferment, forbearance and payment expectations makes managing the process so much easier!
Presenter: Pat Pierce, Assistant Director, SCU Financial Aid.

These SCU Financial Literacy workshops are generously sponsored by GE Capital and Wells Fargo. Please direct any questions regarding this programming to SCU's Financial Literacy Office, room 211 in CdC 210, or 651-690-6815.