University's financial-literacy program targets debt

01/4/2013 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

Morgan State University has partnered with financial institutions to create a financial-literacy program that teaches students about managing their credit, money and bills. Members of the college's athletic teams are required to take the course. The program is meant to "reverse the cycle of low family income and socio-economic status by enhancing the financial literacy," says Tiffany Mfume, director of the university's Office of Student Success and Retention.

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