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Postsecondary Financial Education in Maryland

Campus-Based Financial Education in Maryland: A Survey of Postsecondary Institutions (SPIN) was commissioned by The Woodside Foundation, written by Tisa Silver Canady, EdD, MBA and published in partnership with the CASH Campaign of Maryland.

Work on the study began in 2018 with a twofold goal to:

  1. identify financial education offerings provided by postsecondary institutions in Maryland and
  2. gauge institutional interest in collaborative opportunities to provide financial education to postsecondary students in Maryland.

In addition to highlights from a national scan for robust postsecondary financial education programs, the full report provides detailed results of a statewide web scan, an online survey and feedback from individuals representing twelve public four-year institutions, thirteen community colleges and four private institutions within Maryland.

To download the full report, CLICK HERE

In January 2020, the scope of work was expanded to focus on two of the recommendations included in the report:

  • Establish a statewide network of postsecondary financial education professionals and
  • Document and disseminate the most robust student financial education programs in the state.

To learn more about the partners involved with SPIN, visit the CASH Campaign of Maryland and Tisa Silver Canady.

If you are interested in learning more about postsecondary student financial education in Maryland, join the SPIN mailing list: