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Free classes offer insight and tools for personal financial effectiveness

July 10, 2009

MoneySense Financial Health classes are open for registration. These free classes provide CSU faculty and staff with information and tools to reduce living expenses, and set financial goals and achieve them. Classes include 'Organize Your Financial Life' - a one hour class perfect for folks who want to get organized quickly for tax season.

Dollar Stretching Strategies (NEW)
• Living Green within Your Means
• Concerning Credit: Cards, Reports, and Scores
• Surviving a Layoff: Job Loss and Income Reduction (NEW)

The schedule is available online at

Participants can attend the sessions of interest to them – it is not necessary to attend the complete series. Pre-registration is required.

To register, please visit: and select the “Register for Workshops” link near the top of the page.

CSU classes are open to faculty and staff; family or friends may attend the sessions offered to the public and gain additional perspective. Public classes may be viewed at:

Training and Organizational Development’s schedule for the Summer 2009 session is available online. Additional information can be found at:

If you’d like to join the Training and Organizational Development listserv, or have other questions, please contact Ellen Audley at (970) 491-1376 or Ellen.Audley@ColoState.EDU.

Training and Organizational Development classes are offered to explore and improve communication, leadership, supervisory skills, and personal effectiveness. They are open to CSU faculty and staff. The department also provides organizational consulting, and training for CSU financial systems, University New Employee Orientation, and Building Proctor and Campus Safety. Most workshops are free of charge.

Contact: Ellen Audley
E-mail: Ellen.Audley@ColoState.EDU
Phone: (970) 491-1376