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What are some good financial literacy conferences?


Hey Guys,

I just answered this question from someone who reached out to me on LinkedIn; I thought this information may be helpful to you all as well.

What financial literacy conferences do you suggest attending? (specifically for higher education)?

Thanks for reaching out to me. The regional Jump$tart Conferences can be very good.  Many people think they are tailored to K-12, but from my experience they seem to have a lot of participation from the higher education field as well.  Also, all of these listed below are conferences which iGrad plans to attend this year.

2013 COHEAO Annual Conference

COHEAO – Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organizations


January 27 – 30, 2013 – Arlington, VA


Financial Literacy & College Persistence Conference

Menlo College


January 18, 2013 – Atherton, CA


2013 MASFAA Financial Literacy Symposium

MASFAA – Massachusetts Association of Financial Aid Administrators


February 2013 – TBD


2013 Student Financial Services Conference

NACUBO – National Association of College and University Business Officers


March 10 – 12, 2013 – Austin, TX


2013 IFL Annual Conference

IFL – Institute for Financial Literacy


April 2013 – TBD


2013 NCHER Spring Convention

NCHER – National Council of Higher Education Resources


May 21 – 22, 2013 – Charleston, SC


2013 Annual APSCU Conference

APSCU – Association of Private Sector Colleges & Universities


June 5 – 7, 2013 – Orlando, FL


2013 NASFAA Annual Conference

National Association of Student Financial Aid Administration


July 14 – 17, 2013 – Las Vegas, NV


I hope this helps!


iGrad.com Financial Literacy

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