USA Funds Life Skills Can Help Your Students Choose the Right Academic Path
Today’s students are taking longer to get their college degrees, but selecting the right college major — and doing so early — can help reduce the time it takes to earn a degree.
Complete College America reports that more than 60 percent of bachelor’s degree recipients take more than four years to complete their degree, and nearly 30 percent take six years.
That extra time in school leads to additional college costs — and, potentially, more student loan debt. Help your students on the path to timely college completion with minimum debt by sharing strategies for selecting the right major.
USA Funds® Life Skills® offers a course that can help your students pick a program of study that fits their career and financial goals and avoid unnecessary education loans.
USA Funds Life Skills course “202 What Do I Need to Know Before I Select a Program of Study?” teaches students the importance of choosing a program of study that is right for them, how working with an academic adviser can be helpful, and the benefits of finishing school on time.
USA Funds Life Skills is an online financial literacy and student success program. The program equips your institution to teach its students to manage their time and money wisely while they are on campus and after graduation.
Nearly 200 postsecondary institutions currently use USA Funds Life Skills.
Since moving to its current online platform, in 2009, more than 117,000 students at colleges and universities throughout the nation have completed nearly 400,000 USA Funds Life Skills courses.
USA Funds Life Skills recently received a gold medal in the Brandon Hall Group 2013 Excellence in Learning Awards Program.
For more information about USA Funds Life Skills — or if you would like to schedule a demonstration — contact USA Funds. ​