Financial Wellness

Financial Wellness

Take control of your Financial Wellness today!

 With this Financial Wellness program, we are providing multiple courses on a wide range of subjects to make sure that you are prepared for the future and are an active part of ensuring your own financial wellness. 

We are committed to empowering you with the knowledge you need to make educated financial decisions. 

If this is your first time using our Financial Wellness Center you will need to register. Registration is quick and simple. Once you have registered you will have access to the following courses: 


Learn about different savings plans and which might best fit your needs. Explore different investment options and how to develop a strategy that helps meet your short and long-term savings goals.


Explore the costs and benefits of home-ownership, the different types of home-loans available to you, and the process for securing a mortgage.

Overdraft Protection

Learn about the implications of overdrawing your bank account and different methods for managing your account to avoid penalties.

Payment Types & Credit Cards

Compare common payment options such as electronic checks, credit cards, and debit cards. Learn about your rights as a consumer and strategies for paying off your credit card balance.

Credit Scores & Reports

Learn about the importance of your credit score and how it is calculated. Explore the factors that impact your credit score and different ways to protect it.

Identity Protection

Investigate the causes of Consumer Fraud and Identity Theft and ways to protect yourself from these crimes.

Insurance & Taxes

Explore common types of insurance, costs associated with insurance plans, and the factors that affect your rates. Learn about different types of taxes and important forms that you will need to complete.

Financing Higher Education

Explore the value of higher education and different ways to pay for it such as federal student aid, private loans, and grants. Learn about the components of student loans, different repayment options, and related tax incentives.