Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) is committed to our students beyond academics and this includes financial wellness. We want to provide resources, skills, and knowledge to help students become and stay financially well both during your time as a student and after you graduate. Through the Financial Stability and Advocacy Centers, students can gain access to financial information, gain skills, and to a professional that can offer individualized assistance based on your particular situation.
What is Financial Wellness?
Financial wellness is a process of successfully managing your finances. This is an ongoing process of increasing your awareness of your financial state, strengthening your financial knowledge, and making well-informed, intentional, and mindful decisions concerning your finances
Attend one of our many financial workshops throughout the semester covering topics like credit, debt, and handing money during the pandemic. For information about upcoming workshops, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
As a NOVA student, you have access to an Accredited Financial Counselor ® and Financial Coach®. Students can meet one-on-one with our Financial Expert, Diana Yacob. Diana is available to help improve your overall financial well-being. Appointments have been set to discuss debt, credit, spending plans, and large purchases. Do you have questions about your financial situation or would like to set up an appointment? Contact Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org or set up an appointment through NAVIGATE.
NOVA has a financial literacy blog. Updated with financial information, contests, and more. Access the blog here https://blogs.nvcc.edu/financial-literacy/
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