TCU Money Week | April 3-7, 2017

 

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Money Week Schedule Key 
Registration Required  Star
All Students Welcome  Money bag
Faculty/Staff Only  Notes
Brite Divinity School Only  Church

>> Questions? Please email OMR@tcu.edu.
DOWNLOAD MONEY WEEK FLYER

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Look for the “Cash Cab” (aka the SDS golf cart) — rides, trivia, and prizes!

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Monday April 3, 2017

Money Week Kickoff!
8:30-11:00am // Outside Library

It’s officially Money Week! Learn about upcoming events and activities. Join SuperFrog for fun giveaways, FunkyTown donuts, and Alchemy Pops.
Money bag

Make Money Work for You: Planning For Retirement  
12-1:00pm // Tucker 139 // All Career Levels Welcome (Faculty/Staff)

In partnership with TCU Money Week, join HR and PFCC for this interactive lunch and learn. Come learn tips and strategies for retirement readiness. Whether you’re in your first position or you’ve been employed for years, this seminar is for you. Faculty and Staff in attendance will be entered to win an Alexa. Lunch included! Register at my.tcu.edu under the “Employee Center.” 
Star Notes

Philanthropy: The Distance of a Dollar
6-7:00pm
// Rees-Jones Hall 113

One dollar can go a long way. How do you choose which non-profit to support? Where does the money go? Why is this important now? Hear from special guest Dr. Ron Pitcock and the North Texas Community Foundation.
Money bag

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Tuesday April 4, 2017

The Starting Line: Saving for Retirement  
12-1:00pm
// Tucker 139 // Geared Toward New Professionals (Faculty/Staff & Graduating SENIORS Welcome)

In partnership with TCU Money Week, join HR and TIAA to learn more about the real effect of time and money. Specific topics will include: Why saving for your retirement is important and how to plan, understanding debt and how to manage it, and how budgeting can help you find and save money. Faculty and Staff in attendance will be entered to win a Mini-iPad. Lunch included! Register at my.tcu.edu under the “Employee Center.”
Star  Notes

Got Loans? How to Prepare.
1:30-2:30pm // Sadler 2015

Learn more about student loans and best practices for planning ahead. The Office of Financial Aid will share tips, tools, and payment strategies. Cookies, milk, and treats provided!
Money bag

Money Masters: A Personal Finance Panel
5:45-6:45pm
 (Check-In Starts @ 5:30 p.m.) // BLUU Ballroom A/B

From investments and real estate to savings and employment, this fun and interactive panel discussion is for all students looking to become financial fit! Industry experts will share their tips, tools, and words of wisdom. The session will end with Q&A.
Money bag

Stafford Sadler, TCU Economics Major, Senior — Moderator
Ramona Locke, SVP, Merrill Lynch
Hector Munoz, HR Manager, BNSF Railway
Carley Moore, SVP, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
Lacey Welch, Banker, Chase Bank

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Wednesday April 5, 2017

A Marathon Not A Sprint: A Retirement Checkup
12-1:00pm
// Tucker 139 // Geared Toward Mid-Level Professionals (Faculty/Staff)

In partnership with TCU Money Week, join HR and TIAA for a mid-career financial check-up! This session will help you evaluate your current savings, formulate a plan to reach goals, and help manage other potential items competing for retirement preparation. Faculty and Staff in attendance will be entered to win a Mini-iPad. Lunch included! Register at my.tcu.edu under the “Employee Center.” 
Star Notes

Stress Less About Money!
11-1:00pm
// Library (Tabling Event)

Join SDS and the Counseling Center for a fun spin on financial fitness! Stress less activities, snacks, and giveaways provided.
Money bag

Budgeting, Credit & Savings — Oh My!
6-6:45pm
// Beck/Geren (BLUU, 3rd Floor)

This is a great mini-workshop for anyone interested in learning the basics about budgeting, credit, and savings. All are welcome! Join us, future you will thank you for it.
Money bag

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Thursday April 6, 2017

“99 problems but generosity ain’t one”
9-11:00am
// Outside Library (Tabling Event)

Stop by to learn about the impact philanthropy can have on your life and our TCU community. Join the Office of Loyalty giving to participate in activities and win prizes!
Money bag

Brite Workshop: Negotiating with Confidence, Budgeting with Purpose
11:30-1:00pm
// HAR 204

Ready to negotiate your first job or ministry position? Come learn about budgeting to know if the package being offered will provide you with the financial means to make ends meet.  There will be a special emphasis on the ins and outs of negotiating your financial and benefits packages with congregations, but information can be applied to many job situations. This is event is for Brite Divinity students only, lunch provided! If questions, please email cinglish@pensionfund.org or 405-410-5997.
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Plan for Your Someday. Start Now to Reach Your Dreams.
12-1:00pm // Tucker 139 // All Career Levels Welcome (Faculty/Staff)

In partnership with TCU Money Week, join HR and Voya Financial for a lunch and learn discussion on funding and achieving your dreams. Learn how simple saving strategies can fund your biggest dreams when leveraged with one of your most valuable assets, time. Faculty and Staff in attendance will be entered to win a Chromebook. Lunch included! Register at my.tcu.edu under the “Employee Center.” 
Star Notes

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Friday April 7, 2017

Blue Zones Cooking Demo: Eating Healthy on a Budget
12-1:00pm
// Kelly Alumni Center

Let’s end Money Week on a yummy note! Provided by Blue Zones, learn from a real chef on how to eat healthy on a budget. Light lunch, refreshments, and giveaways provided! Open to Students, Faculty and Staff. REGISTER HERE by April 5th @ 5 p.m. Light lunch and awesome giveaways!
Star Money bag

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Money Week Schedule Key 
Registration Required  Star
All Students Welcome  Money bag
Faculty/Staff Only  Notes
Brite Divinity School Only  Church

Look for the “Cash Cab” (aka the SDS golf cart) during Money Week — rides, trivia, and prizes!

Questions? Please email OMR@tcu.edu.