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"Student Financial Literacy: Campus-Based Program Development is packed with financial education and counseling information and guidance.It was very difficult to write this review as I wanted to share ALL the excellent direction this book provides... The editors and contributing authors have developed an excellent resource for not only those interested in developing or enhancing a campus-based financial education program. The survey conducted by the editors provides information and methods for improving all aspects of financial education. It is thought-provoking, educational, and challenging." (Rebecca J. Travnichek, Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, Vol. 24 (2), 2013)
“Dorothy B. Durband (Texas Tech University) and Sonya L. Britt (Kansas State University) present in their new edited volume, Student Financial Literacy: Campus-Based Program Development, a wide range of perspectives on how to implement successful financial literacy programs on college campuses. … Durband and Britt’s edited volume highlights the challenges that schools face in the development of financial literacy programs and services. … Student Financial Literacy: Campus-Based Program Development can be a useful resource in facilitating these important discussions and collaborations.” (David R. Smedley, Journal of Student Financial Aid, Vol. 42 (2), 2012)