Since launching our grantmaking activities in 2014, we have awarded over $11 million in support of our research priorities: access, affordability and the value of legal education.
University of Wisconsin Law School
The project is intended to increase our understanding of how a Financial Life Skills (FLS) course can potentially improve undergraduate students' financial knowledge, capability, and well-being. There are three critical aspects related to college students that we wish to explore in this study: financial knowledge, financial attitudes, and financial behavior.
University of Georgia Research Foundation
The project will evaluate the impact of financial education course features on student financial literacy (i.e., financial knowledge, financial skill and financial self-efficacy) and financial well-being. The goal is to examine the effectiveness of collegiate financial education in improving the preparedness of college students to make financial decisions as students and after graduation.