The Financial Literacy for College Success Conference and Internet Courses were made possible by a $238,000 federal College Access Challenge Grant for 2010-11 to conduct outreach and financial literacy education for college bound and new college students across Kansas.
File your taxes for free this year. A partnership between the United Way, the IRS, and WSU has resulted in a free self-help income tax preparation site, located on the WSU campus in 330 McKinley. IRS certified volunteers will assist you in filing free federal and state income tax returns. Service is open to anyone with an adjusted gross income of $57,000 or less. Click the link below for more information and a list of what documents you should bring. Call 978-3209 or email email@example.com for an appointment.
Income Tax Preparation Site Information and Check List
Earn a $25 giftcard to QuickTrip. Sign up to participate in a financial literacy survey by contacting Gretchen Holthaus at 316-978-3254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information, contact the Financial Literacy Project Coordinator, email@example.com or 316-978-3211.
The Financial Literacy office is located in McKinley Hall 329.
If you are a high school teacher, counselor or principal, contact Tim to arrange an event in your school for students and parents to learn the ins and outs of financing a college education.