topblock-carous-img1 topblock-carous-img2 topblock-carous-img3 topblock-carous-img4 topblock-carous-img5
Interactive credit card lessons and the final exam to place on your website
Educational articles for your website
Editorial support
News article content for your alumni newspaper
To get the complete study
course for your students
Interactive credit card lessons to get knowledge and real-world skills in credit cards
Online certification exam to check your knowledge and get the certification of achievement
Cool events and facebook society to find new friends
To participate in the SCCEI
educational program and get the
certificate of achivement
Inconsistent relationship between percentages of income spent and actual cost of tuition and room and board expenses can be explained by the financial help given by parents toward tuition, but not necessarily toward housing and food costs.
According to a study of student expenditures at Yale University, one college freshman spent $4,500 in his first year (the equivalent of $94,541.44 in today's dollars).
The least amount spent by a freshman that year was $200, or $4,201 adjusted for inflation.
90% Cellphone
76% DVD Player
73% Television
56% Digital Camera
37% Digital Music Player
66% Receive funds from home
Mean monthly anount received
from home : $312
49% Work part time
Mean monthly earnings : $453

15.9: Mean hours worked part-time

College students are expected to spend more than
$10.5
billion
gearing-up for campus
this year, according
to the National Retail
Federation.
$ 2,000:
Average credit card debt for college students, according to Nellie Mae.
  • Sources:
  • O'Donnell & Associates,
  • LLC College Student Spending
  • Behavior. Monthly Labor Review.
  • Student Monitor spring survey of 1,200 students on 100 campuses nationwide.