Picture Financial Education in Freshman Orientation


Selfies. Fun. Life. Your incoming freshmen and transfer students may use social media to highlight their struggles and victories as they acclimate to college life. Incorporating a personal money management session into your orientation program and seminar classes can further their future success and boost retention at your campus. Imagine your students capturing the moment they grasp a financial concept and attributing their “financial makeover” to the lessons learned through your personal finance program. If you’re ready to add financial education to your next orientation or seminar, consider partnering with Oklahoma Money Matters (OKMM).


For 13 years, OKMM has delivered quality financial education to students attending Oklahoma’s colleges and universities. We teach students about living on a college budget, the value of saving money, understanding credit management, preventing identity theft and managing student loan borrowing. OKMM’s program allows your organization to choose resource options that best meet your students’ needs. Choose from customizable presentations, online learning modules, downloadable lesson plans and activities, and accessible tools, including an interactive budget calculator and online resource clearinghouse.


If you would rather do the teaching yourself, we can help with that, too. OKMM offers free train-the-trainer sessions to empower your staff or campus leaders to convey the best messages.


If you’re ready to see your students “make over” their money management habits, contact Ava Doyle at 405.234.4488 or Workshops are subject to staff availability, so schedule yours today!


Angela Caddell

Associate Vice Chancellor for Communications


P.O. Box 3000

Oklahoma City, OK 73101-3000