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iGrad Partners with HBCU Community Development Action Coalition to Offer Student Financial Wellness Platform to Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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San Diego, CA, July 13, 2021 –(PR.com)– Leading financial wellness company iGrad has partnered with the HBCU Community Development Action Coalition to provide student financial wellness education to historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions.

The new HBCU CDAC Our Money Matters financial wellness hub(1) is powered by iGrad’s award-winning financial literacy platform, which is used by more than 600 colleges and universities including Ohio State University, Arizona State University and Columbia University.

Supported by a three-year philanthropic commitment from the Wells Fargo Foundation, Our Money Matters (OMM) is being rolled out in phases. The effort will initially be on seven campuses: Allen University, Bowie State University, Lincoln University, Miles College, Morris Brown College, Southern University at New Orleans, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. Over three years it will expand…

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