The Personal Finance Symposium will be an exciting time to learn about budgeting, investing, saving, benefits and more.
It’s never too early to be thinking about the here-and-now, and the future when it comes to your finances.
A conversation with Noel Morris, personal finance professor in the Sam. M Walton College of Business begins our evening.
During your time with Morris, you will learn the important skills to manage a budget, understand credit, strategize about retirement, learn tips about investing and more.
Afterwards, join us for a walking panel with Fayetteville locals who managed to financially set themselves up to start a business, buy a car, purchase a house, etc right out of undergrad.
You will have the unique and exclusive opportunity to network with local business leaders and campus finance experts where you can learn tips and tricks to set yourself up for financial success in the future.
During the walking panel, a meal of heavy hors d’oeuvres from Zoe’s Kitchen will be served to all attendees.
When: October 19th // 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Gearhart Hall 216 and Gearhart Honors Lounge (formerly Ozark Hall)
Attire: Business Casual
Meal: Zoe’s Kitchen and Rick’s Bakery
This is the first time an event like that this has been offered to University of Arkansas students, and we are excited to invite University Housing Residents!
Due to the exclusivity of this event, we ask that you reserve your free ticket immediately.
There is a limited quantity, and they will go fast. Tickets can be reserved at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-finance-symposium-tickets-28162762581?aff=HomeUARK.
The Personal Financial Symposium is a personal development component of Housing’s @Home series. The @Home series consists of 14 signature events during the school year that focus on academic success, personal development and diversity education.