The Debt Management Workshop is one component that Broward College offers for financial literacy awareness and education. This workshop is designed to provide students with personal financial tips and advice on better managing financial responsibilities, and preparing to repay student loan debt.
Debt Management Workshop is a one-time, face-to-face session designed for all students planning to obtain financial aid in the form of student loans. Students NOT taking loans…only GRANTS…are NOT REQUIRED to take a DMW session. This session may also be required of (1) any financial aid student failing Satisfactory Academic Performance (SAP), or (2) previously defaulting on a student loan or (3) reaching certain levels of financial aid indebtedness. Session information is distributed by the instructor upon initial attendance. In the past sessions have been first-come, first-served in terms of seating availability. Beginning with the October 2012 sessions all students WILL REGISTER on-line using their MyBC to assure a seat reservation is available for the session they desire to attend. Prepare to arrive at least 15 minutes before session start-time as every session commences on time. Students who arrive late (even if properly registered) will not be allowed seating or entry. This is an ‘on-time’ start presentation.
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List of available workshops.
|The On-line Debt Management Workshop is available ONLY to students ‘registered’ as being “fully online”. To enroll in this course, please email: FinancialAidSolutions@broward.edu
Students are not eligible to take the online Debt Management Workshop unless they are designated as being 'fully on-line' (an 'E' must follow the designated "Course of Study") or the student has requested designation and accommodations as disabled (determined from previous registration with BC). Students CANNOT change their ‘Course of Study’ to receive retroactive eligibility for the online session. All other students are required to attend the on-campus, in-person session.
*Course completion is required for students who desire to borrow Federal student loans.
Note: Attendance for the full class period is required. Early departures or late arrivals CANNOT be accommodated.