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Financial Literacy and Your Future

We want to do our part in helping you maintain financial stability by learning basic financial strategies and tactics. Find helpful ways to budget and live within your means through the resources below. 

FREE Financial Literacy Class

The Student Financial Services Office offers a financial literacy course (FNLT 101) that is available to every Liberty student who is currently enrolled in classes. The course is provided by Liberty in collaboration with The Lampo Group, Inc., founded by personal financial expert and nationally syndicated talk radio host, and #1 New York Times Best-Selling author, Dave Ramsey. FNLT 101 is available at no cost, but enrollment is limited. 

Benefits of this course:

  • FNLT 101 is self-paced and divided into fifteen modules based on topics of Properties of Money and Wealth, Saving, Budgeting, Debt, College Essentials, and Career Planning.
  • The course utilizes the Foundations of Personal Finance: College Edition materials by Dave Ramsey.
  • There is NO enrollment charge
  • Enrollment is voluntary
  • The course will be available in BlackBoard as FNLT1617:[Section Number] approximately 1-3 business days after registration.
  • The Financial Literacy Course Registration Form can be found in ASIST as "Financial Literacy Course" form in the Financial Aid > Financial Aid Forms section.
  • The course includes a pre-test, quizzes, discussion boards, a 2-3 page paper assignment, and a final exam.
  • The course requires a grade of 700 (70%) or higher to be considered successfully completed. The quizzes and final exam can be reset an unlimited number of times by the course instructor if a re-attempt needs to be made.
  • Once successfully completed with a passing grade, undergraduate students may email their certificates of completion to the Prior Learning Assessment processor (PLA) for one credit hour.
  • Step-by-Step Navigation Guide for FNLT 101

Dave Ramsey in Convocation

Dave Ramsey spoke at Convocation about the three possible views of wealth and possessions. (October 30, 2013)


Other Financial Resources

Planning Your Finances:

Borrowing and Repayment: