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MESSAGE FROM INTERIM DEAN NANCY McINTYRE

Interim Dean, Nancy McIntyre
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We are both excited and proud to announce the creation of the Center for Financial Literacy and Education at the WVU College of Business and Economics. Our financial literacy programs are already reaching across West Virginia. One such partnership with the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is designed to help NCAA athletes better understand personal finances, learn to cope with the potential financial pressures they face as student-athletes and obtain the financial knowledge necessary to live in the world beyond college graduation..

More programs will be developed and implemented during the course of next year. It is our hope to further expand the Financial Literacy Program during 2016 and eventually offer it to all incoming WVU freshmen.

With the mounting attention to student debt, we believe it is our obligation to educate students by improving financial literacy. This is another way we’re working to help mold better students and better people. Every student, every day.

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