Wolfie's Wallet

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Don’t fret about debt!

Wolfie’s Wallet is Madison College’s free financial wellness program available to all students. Our goal is to help you make better financial decisions before, during and after college. We want you to make good money habits and give you the money smarts you need to thrive wherever life takes you.

What’s inside Wolfie’s Wallet?

  • Money management tips
  • Everyday budgeting tools
  • Student loan guidance
  • Financial wellness workshops
  • Online, interactive tools
  • One-on-one appointments with a financial counselor
Get Money Smart

Educate yourself! If you’re serious about getting money smart, sign up for your free GradReady account. When you sign up for GradReady, you gain member-only access to interactive money management tools like videos and quizzes to test your knowledge. 

Watch a video 

Crunch the Numbers

Located in your myMadisonCollege New Portal, click on the My Finances tile to access myFinancials360! myFinancials360 gives a personal touch to compare and estimate income and expense to your program costs to determine your financial commitment before, during and after college. In 15 minutes or less, you will have an estimate of your educational costs and the planning needed to be financially fit.

Get Advice

Managing money is one of the tougher parts of adulting – especially when you’re doing so on a college student budget. If you find yourself struggling, don’t feel bad. It’s normal.

The good news is that you don’t have to do it on your own. Schedule an appointment with a Financial Counselor by emailing FinancialLiteracy@madisoncollege.edu or calling (608) 246-6210.

Here are some of the financial topics we can help you with:

  • Budgeting and saving money
  • Managing credit cards
  • Handling student debt
  • Building and establishing credit
  • Dealing with identity theft
  • Tackling student loan repayment
Attend a Workshop

Hungry for more knowledge? Sign up for a free workshop (and free pizza!). 

Topics include:

  • Money Management: Understanding income expenses and debt
  • Personal Spending Plan: Budgeting and saving money
  • Credit: Understand what credit means and how it's used
  • Long-Term Planning: Investing and retirement
  • Protection: Risk management and identity theft

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