Tuesday Morning Learning Opps
The Business Case for Supporting the Financial Capability of Low-Income Students
- Tuesday, August 01
- 09:00 AM - 10:15 AM
- Minneapolis Conv Ctr
Director of Strategic Initiatives
NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
Washington, District Of Columbia
This session will focus on the return on investment for supporting low-income students with emergency resources, on-campus work programs, and financial literacy training. The presenters will address the components of robust financial support programs, particularly the establishment and coordination of partnerships among multiple departments, including the business office, student affairs, and financial aid. They will also offer examples of successful delivery of financial support programs; strategies for administering, communicating, and sustaining a suite of financial capability options; and approaches for assessing a program’s influence on student success.
- Examine research on how providing financial support options can improve outcomes for low-income students.
- Explore strategies for administering and coordinating financial support programs for low-income students.
- Consider various ways to evaluate the effects of financial support programs on student success.