Staff writers at www.onlinecolleges.net just wrote an excellent blog post about 10 colleges that are taking on personal finance issues for their students. The post cites information from a recent Charles Schwab survey that discovered only 52% of high school students have savings accounts. Several states are beginning to require personal finance courses at the high school level and many colleges are also now getting into the game, making such courses a graduation requirement.
Highlighted colleges and programs include Penn State Erie, Indiana University Kelley School of Business, NYU, Washington University in St. Louis, Champlain College, Drexel University, Baylor University, Wellesley College, Kansas University and Georgetown University.
Continue reading the post here to see what these colleges are doing to help their students with these very important issues.