female and male student in library on laptop with Smart Track logo overhead

Helping Young Students Build Financial Literacy

2 thoughts on “Helping Young Students Build Financial Literacy

  1. It’s great to see a world-class university making the commitment to its students’ financial literary. The lessons of how to save, borrow and spend the money their SUNY education will help them earn is knowledge they should be able to use over and over again throughout their lives. Plus, it’s free, so you can’t beat the price, and you’re literally getting something very valuable for nothing!

  2. Wow, see for sure you are doing a fantastic job. I mean college should not be just a place where student read book, but it should also help children become better in future. Both financial, professionally and personally.
    In deed, the Smart Track app is something to be proud of.. Keen up the good work SUNY.

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