MoneyCoaches Serving Students Remotely
The Division of Enrollment Management and the MoneyCoach Program are currently providing all services remotely and are available through email and virtually. MoneyCoaches are available to answer your questions by emailing them directly or our office at email@example.com. If you would like to schedule a 1:1 online appointment with a MoneyCoach, please click below or email your MoneyCoach directly. For a list of University updates, please click below.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, all MoneyCoach events will be held via Zoom. Be sure to register so that you don't miss out on great information and a chance to win a $500 scholarship!
Money Management Skills
The MidFirst Bank MoneyCoach Program assists students with personalized, effective financial planning, coaching and financial education strategies to help ensure healthy lifelong financial behaviors, continuous enrollment and, ultimately, graduation from the University of Oklahoma.
What is a MoneyCoach?
A MoneyCoach is a financial professional available to all students at the University of Oklahoma. Your MoneyCoach will help you build lifelong money management skills and navigate the process of paying for college. In addition to one-to-one coaching, the MoneyCoach program offers Financial Education workshops across campus.
Who gets a MoneyCoach?
All first-year students are automatically assigned a MoneyCoach during the initial enrollment process. Every OU student has a MoneyCoach which allows the student to visit with the same person about finances throughout their entire time at OU.
How can I find my MoneyCoach?
A student can call, email, or visit the MoneyCoach office Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
The office is located in Couch Center on the second floor, west wing (1524 Asp Avenue, Norman, OK)
Phone: (405) 325-4692
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The MoneyCoach team and University of Oklahoma staff who work with students on financial issues such as federal student aid, private student aid and serving loans do not provide investment, legal, or tax advice. The information provided is for general educational purposes only, and is not intended to substitute for the advice of your investment, legal, and/or tax advisors or to be the basis of specific financial planning activities. If you need investment, legal, and/or tax advice, please consult with one of these professionals