Money Management Workshop Request

Thank you for your interest in hosting a money management workshop for your group. If you are looking for individual counseling, please connect with the One Stop Center via phone, email or drop-in. Please review the provided menu and complete the request form.

Workshop Guidelines

  • Require at least one week notice for a workshop request.
  • Workshops must start no later than 7 p.m.
  • Must have at least 5 participants to conduct a workshop.
  • If you need to cancel your presentation, please contact Sydney Meimann at 513-556-3072 or sydney.meimann@uc.edu with a 24 hour advance notice.

Workshop Menu

Mini Financial Literacy Workshop

Recommended Audience: Current UC students, First-Year UC Students

Duration: 15 minutes

In this brief session, students will receive an introduction to One Stop, UC billing basics, high level financial aid basics, along with money management tips and advice. This brief presentation works well for the beginning of a class session or if your event will have multiple speakers.

Interactive Financial Literacy Workshop

Recommended Audience: Current UC students, First-Year UC Students, Alumni

Duration: 60 minutes

In this interactive workshop, called "Financial Literacy Playbook: The Basics," students will learn how to use knowledge and skills to manage financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. Topics covered include an introduction to the One Stop Center, Creating a Spending Plan, Budget, Credit, and Identity Theft. Students will hear from a presenter and then play an interactive game as a part of this workshop.

Financial Literacy to prep for Graduate School (or during) Workshop

Recommended Audience: Incoming and current graduate students, undergraduate seniors, individuals interested in graduate school

Duration: 30 minutes

In this presentation, students will receive an introduction to One Stop, information on loan repayment, creating and sticking to a budget while in graduate school, financial aid types and processes for graduate students. Financial aid types covered will include scholarships, assistantships, fellowships and loans. 

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Completion Workshop

Recommended Audience: High School students, Incoming and current UC students

Duration: 90 minutes

During this workshop, students will receive a brief introduction by a representative and then students will be assisted in completing the upcoming year’s FAFSA. Students should bring a device to this workshop.

Basic Financial Aid & FAFSA Overview for Incoming Students

Recommended Audience: High School students, incoming undergraduate students, family members of these students

Duration: 30 minute presentation, 30 minutes for questions

In this presentation, students and family members will receive an overview of types of financial aid available, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process and how to calculate and review your available aid options. This option works well if your event will have multiple speakers.

Teach the Teacher for UC Employees

Recommended Audience: Success Coaches, Academic Advisors, Other Faculty/Staff

Duration: 30 minutes

In this "teach the teacher" presentation, UC employees will receive an overview of the UC billing process, financial aid process, as well as tips for assisting students through maintaining aid eligibility and when to refer a student to One Stop.

Workshop for Graduating Students

Recommended Audience: Current UC students, who will soon be completing their undergraduate or graduate degree

Duration: 60 minutes

In this presentation, graduating students will learn about budgeting for life after college, including setting savings goals, identity theft and credit. Your presenter will also cover various student loan repayment options along with student loan consolidation and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) for Federal Student Loans​.

Cincinnati Pride Grant Session

Recommended Audience: Students, their families and advisors from specific Cincinnati Public Schools who qualify for this grant

Duration: 30 minutes

The Cincinnati Pride Grant (CPG) is specific to certain Cincinnati Public School (CPS) students who qualify. This grant recognizes UC’s long-standing partnership with the Cincinnati Public School System and reaffirms its commitment to CPS’s graduates. In this session, students will learn more about the CPG program and general financial aid information as it pertains to eligibility for the grant.

Table Event

Please select this option if you would like a representative from our team to host a table at your event. The staff will be able to cover financial aid, billing and financial literacy questions from students and families.

Money Management Workshop Request Form