Student Insights
Financial Behaviors and Issues of Inequity

Date: Wednesday, April 24
Time: 2:00 p.m. (ET) | 1:00 p.m. (CT)
Duration: One hour
Cost: FREE
Speakers: Carissa Uhlman


In 2018, Inceptia released the results of our first financial behavioral assessment, highlighting the chasm between financial perceptions versus actions. Our survey results indicated a significant disparity between what students think and how they behave, providing insight into possible solutions for how we can combat this lost connection.


But sometimes there are larger factors at play that can affect our students’ ability to improve their financial well-being. Issues of inequity, from the gender pay gap to the racial wealth divide, to food and housing insecurity, can make for an uneven playing field to advance financial education for all.


This 1-hour session will combine the best research and ideas from our previous webinars to foster understanding and share best practices regarding:

  1. Aligning financial education with student misperceptions
  2. Recognizing issues of inequity pertaining to race, gender, and socioeconomic status
  3. Case studies for developing financial education training and resources that address these systemic barriers

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