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Let's be real: While money isn't everything in life, it certainly is something. Money is what we use to survive in this world. We use it to eat, buy gas, pay rent, see a movie and visit the ER. But our supply of money isn't limitless. We must be wise and manage what we have earned.
Just like there are experts who help you manage your health (doctors) or file your taxes (accountants), there are experts who help you manage your money. They are called financial advisors or counselors. They can help you raise your credit score, lower your debt or set a budget.
Sounds nice? We think so too. Especially for DCCCD students who can get financial advice free of charge.
As a DCCCD student, you can take advantage of financial education tools and services through a program called
C2: SAFE has a lot of awesome benefits for students, a few of which are listed below.
With C2:SAFE you can:
Visit the C2: SAFE program page to learn more.
Ready to take control of your money? Gain knowledge (and power) with C2:SAFE! The program is available through
Transformance USA. Just be sure to mention that you're a DCCCD student when you call.
Their number is 214-540-6836, and they are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-7 p.m.