Balance Your Bucs
To reach all students, in every major, on the Whitworth campus, and to educate them in all important areas of personal finance.
Who We Are
Balance Your Bucs is a student-led personal-finance group that seeks to provide a foundation for a lifetime of financial well-being for every student on campus. We offer two workshops every month to the Whitworth community on every level of personal finance.
Dedicated student mentors make this group successful. These mentors represent many majors across campus, but all share the passion of personal finance. Mentors attend a training session one week before each workshop to learn the materials and decide who will present the following week. This approach allows our group to connect students with personal mentors who are well-prepared and excited about answering financial questions. Anyone and everyone is welcome to become a Balance Your Bucs student mentor!
Links to managing money, consumer resources, investing, Whitworth Library resources and current personal finance news
- Learn about all areas of finance, with explanations from the U.S. government. Multiple templates are available to customize and use.
- Plug in numbers to multiple financial calculators and learn how to apply them to every area of finance.
We recommend creating a profile and downloading this app to your smartphone in order to track your finances and stick to a financial goal.
Become educated in every area of finance that you need to understand: i.e., privacy and identity, jobs and making money, homes and mortgages, loans and more.
Learn the basics of financial aid and how to approach it wisely.
We are proudly sponsored and supported by Spokane Teachers Credit Union.
Free STCU Financial Workshops
Learn how to manage your money at a free workshop presented by STCU financial experts. Workshops are scheduled throughout the year across Spokane and Kootenai counties.
We provide a light meal at most workshops, so plan to come early -- and bring a friend! Choose your workshop and register today:
Financial education workshops:
- Become Debt Free
- Budgeting 101
- My Life, My Money Youth
- Organize Your Finances
- Homebuying 101
- Prevent Fraud and Identity Theft
- Protect Your Credit Score
Financial planning workshops:
If you have questions, want to get involved, and/or want to receive update emails, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact one of the advisors listed below.
Assistant Professor of Economics & Finance
Weyerhaeuser Hall, 310C
Financial Aid Representative
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
McEachran Hall, Room 112