Ipsos is delighted to be speaking at this year’s NASPA symposium exploring evidence-based practices, innovative research, and current trends surrounding collegiate financial well-being.
Most students attend college to secure a better financial future. The 2016 Navient/Ipsos national study of young Americans on financial wellness shows college graduates are successful in that goal, while non-completers often struggle more than those who don’t start! During this presentation feature Ipsos’ Julia Clark, we will use self-reported data and advanced analytics to highlight the impact of educational achievement on financial well-being.
For conference details, please visit the NASPA website.
Timothy Amsbary, Vice President, US, Ipsos Public Affairs