Are You Financially Fit?

Manage your money and reduce your debt.

Did you know that your credit history is as important to your long-term future as your grade point average? Have you wanted more info, tips, and tricks to managing your money but realized there are so many resources, it's hard to know where to begin? It is widely believed that lack of financial literacy in our society was a major factor in the recent financial crisis.

With the free online Financial Literacy 101 workshops, you can create a budget, track your spending habits, set your current and post-graduation financial goals, and much more. You also get personalized feedback on your financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors.

Workshop topics include:

  • Financial Aid
  • Budgeting
  • Credit Management
  • Identity Theft
  • Buying a Car
  • Financial Planning
  • Insurance
  • Saving and Investing
  • Plus more!

How Do You Become Financially Fit?

In order to work your financial muscles, CSULB has this interactive online workshop system that tailors financial advice specifically to you.

It only takes 1.5 hours, can be done any hour of the day, can be stopped and started until you finish, and helps you with your finances now and in the future.

Instructions for accessing the program are to the right but here are some important facts you should know:

  1. You will create an individual, private account with username and password
  2. We do not have access to any information except:

    • Student ID number, name and email address
    • Progress through the course
    • Quiz scores
    • Completion certificates
    • Your evaluation survey of the tool

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How to Get Started

  1. Visit Financial Literacy 101.
  2. Go to "Need to Register?" and enter the access code: CSULB-ALL.
  3. Create your user name and password. Begin the workshops.

NOTE: If you are completing this for a class or program requirement, please use the code they gave you. Once completed, there is no need to submit any paperwork.

Enjoy building your financial freedom!

Questions? Please contact: Financial-Fitness@csulb.edu