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Since 2006, hundreds of presentations have been given in classrooms for college professors across our campus. This partnership between our office and Texas A&M faculty has been a tremendous opportunity to empower students to make smart financial decisions affecting them both now and in the future. Classroom presentations allow professors a means to provide important and practical financial management information to students.

We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to present one or more of our personal finance topics in your classroom (see a list of topics below).

Money Management
Repaying Your Student Loans
Credit Cards & Credit Scores
I’m Graduating: Now What?
Buying a Car
Love & Money
Saving & Investing
Eating on a Budget
Buying a Home
Identity Theft
 
Go to the Contact Us page to request a presentation.

If you cannot fit one of our classroom presentations into your class schedule, please consider giving extra credit to students who attend one or more of our Scheduled Presentations.
Money Mondays 
Weekly Workshops covering different money topics (see the list below) are offered every Monday afternoon during the Fall and Spring semesters. All workshops are taught in a relaxed, informal atmosphere, where students are encouraged to ask questions and participate. The Scheduled Presentations Flyer provides workshop locations, dates, and times. Students can register online
 
Money Management
Repaying Your Student Loans
Credit Cards & Credit Scores
I’m Graduating: Now What?
Buying a Car
Love & Money
Saving & Investing
Eating on a Budget
Buying a Home
Identity Theft
Our office is ready and willing to provide Group Presentations to virtually all campus or student organizations. We can present one (or more) of the below topics to your group or we can create an entirely different presentation to serve your group’s needs. Our presentations are extremely flexible, and we are able to accommodate nearly all requests. We look forward to partnering with you to bring relevant personal finance information to your group.

Money Management
Repaying Your Student Loans
Credit Cards & Credit Scores
I’m Graduating: Now What?
Buying a Car
Love & Money
Saving & Investing
Eating on a Budget
Buying a Home
Identity Theft
Scholarships and Financial Aid

Contact us for more information about these opportunities.  
Our office would be more than happy to provide a resource table for campus events.

Go to the Contact Us page to request a resource table.
Our Advisors are eager to provide objective information and advice on financial goal setting, banking basics, budgeting, credit card and credit score education, debt repayment and more. No question is too big or too small; we are here to help!

What you can expect from your scheduled appointment:
  • You will meet one-on-one with a trained Advisor or Peer Advisor for 30 minutes.
  • Your Advisor will ask you questions in order to determine your current financial situation, your financial goals and any financial issues you are facing.
  • Together, you will develop a personal action plan.
Too busy to come to the ME Center? No problem! Phone appointments are available, too!

Go to the Contact Us page to schedule a private appointment.
Have questions and can’t wait for an appointment? No problem!

Walk-in advising is available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm in the Money Education Center’s lobby.
Foundations of Money Education (AGEC 489-502)
 
Want to learn about money and earn academic credit for your degree at the same time?
 
This spring, Texas A&M’s Financial Planning Program and the Money Education Center are offering a 3 credit hour Foundations of Money Education course which will allow you to learn about budgeting, saving and banking, building credit, investing, buying a car and home, and more!

Every Aggie needs to understand money, but course seating is limited, so enroll today!
 
Consult your academic advisor to confirm course application to your degree plan. 


Visit the Contact Us Page to Schedule a Presentation