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Bank of America donates $20,000 to help Strengthen Financial Literacy Shari Battle, Angela Antonio and Regino Diaz of Bank of America; Tim Alexander Student Assistant to the Fin Lit Program; Michelle Cesca, Central Development, for University Advancement; and David Forgues, Chief Of Operations for Student Affairs.

Bank of America donates $20,000 to help Strengthen Financial Literacy
Shari Battle, Angela Antonio and Regino Diaz of Bank of America; Tim Alexander Student Assistant to the Fin Lit Program; Michelle Cesca, Central Development, for University Advancement; and David Forgues, Chief Of Operations for Student Affairs.

 
Bank of America supports in more ways than one Bank of America Representative, Adelena Lopez, joins the rehearsal processes as the guest star performer in our "RENT: A Financial Literacy Spectacular" show that opens on April 17th.

Bank of America supports in more ways than one
Bank of America Representative, Adelena Lopez, joins the rehearsal processes as the guest star performer in our "RENT: A Financial Literacy Spectacular" show that opens on April 17th.

 
RENT: Kick-Off Dinner held on January 27th in Juniper 111 Student Affairs, University Advancement, Faculty and Staff from the CSUF Department of Theatre and Dance, and the cast and creative team show excitement as they celebrate the start of their "RENT: A Financial Literacy Spectacular" production.

RENT: Kick-Off Dinner held on January 27th in Juniper 111
Student Affairs, University Advancement, Faculty and Staff from the CSUF Department of Theatre and Dance, and the cast and creative team show excitement as they celebrate the start of their "RENT: A Financial Literacy Spectacular" production.

 
Dr. Berenecea Johnson Eanes, Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Eanes showing support and having a good time as she discusses plans for Financial Literacy Awareness Month in April

Dr. Berenecea Johnson Eanes, Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Eanes showing support and having a good time as she discusses plans for Financial Literacy Awareness Month in April

 
Bank of America makes an effort to promote Financial Literacy on campus Regino Diaz, Senior Vice President of the West Region of Bank of America and Fullerton Alumni, expresses his gratitude and support of Cal State Fullerton and the Financial Literacy Program.

Bank of America makes an effort to promote Financial Literacy on campus
Regino Diaz, Senior Vice President of the West Region of Bank of America and Fullerton Alumni, expresses his gratitude and support of Cal State Fullerton and the Financial Literacy Program.

 
In celebration of Financial Literacy Awareness Month, Student Affairs' presents "RENT: A Financial Literacy Spectacular" to perform on Thursday, April 17th at 12:00pm, 12:40pm, and 5:30pm, at the Becker Amphitheater located in front of the Titan Student Union.

In celebration of Financial Literacy Awareness Month, Student Affairs' presents
"RENT: A Financial Literacy Spectacular" to perform on Thursday, April 17th at 12:00pm, 12:40pm, and 5:30pm, at the Becker Amphitheater located in front of the Titan Student Union.

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Financial Literacy

Mission Statement

The goal of the Financial Literacy Program is to help CSUF students improve their understanding of financial concepts and services so they are empowered to make informed choices and take action to improve their financial well-being.

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