Assessing the Financial Literacy of Texas Christian University Students
This study aims to assess the financial literacy of Texas Christian University students through the use of survey collection and statistical analysis. I examine the effect of college education on financial literacy and whether the university is taking action to prepare students to make financial decisions. I test seven hypotheses that address variables such as age, class standing, and major to assess trends in literacy rates. Lastly, I combine my findings with academic support to conclude that it would be in TCU?s best interest to consider incorporating a personal financial literacy course into its required core curriculum for all students.