Students may now use an educational tool from the American Student Assistance to help increase their financial literacy.
When we think of our professors, we usually don’t think about their financial well-being. We’re too busy thinking about how we’re going to earn a decent grade in the course. We may even look at some professors as an obstacle to getting an ‘A’ in a class.
I recently was involved in a dinner-table discussion with recent college graduates. The sentiment of the conversation was a bit cliché, but thought-provoking. Graduates have real jobs in the real world and real regrets.
After nearly five years as VCU president, Michael Rao is still working to balance state budget cuts and the lofty goals he set for the university with his Quest for Distinction strategic plan.
The next time you run out of swipes or money, do not panic. VCU’s first student pantry will be up and running next semester to feed students short on swipes or in need of money for food.