Huntington National Bank, through its partnership with The University of Toledo, will offer free financial empowerment classes to help students, faculty and staff improve their financial health.
Whether you are looking to save up and buy a home, or are struggling with student loans, these classes will provide strategies to enhance personal financial control.
All classes are free and open to students, faculty and staff. Classes will cover a wide variety of financial education topics and are designed to ensure that every member of the University community has access to resources that will help them make informed financial decisions.
The upcoming sessions will take place Monday, April 15:
• Main Campus Thompson Student Union Room 2591 — 9 a.m. Money Matters, and 11 a.m. Buying a New Home; and
• Health Science Campus Health Education Building Room 103 — 2 p.m. Buying a New Home, and 4 p.m. Money Matters.
In Money Matters, participants will better understand how to manage money by preparing a personal spending plan and identifying ways to decrease spending and increase income. Budgeting tools will be discussed to help manage bills, prioritize financial goals, and create a plan to achieve those goals.
The Buying a New Home session will explore what to know and what to ask about the home-buying process. Attendees will learn how to choose a lender, review available payment assistance programs, and other options for financing.
Participants are encouraged to register by calling 248.655.5635 or emailing teresa.l.grace@Huntington.com. A sign-up sheet also will be available at the Huntington Branch in the Thompson Student Union.
Huntington Bank is the preferred provider of on-campus financial services.