Student Financial Wellness Survey – Latest Results
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About the survey
Trellis Company conducts a semi-annual, nationwide student financial wellness survey to explore the connection between student finances and academic success. Trellis is a nonprofit company with origins in administering federal student loan programs and has nearly 40 years of experience working with students and higher education institutions to expand opportunities for students.
Participating in this comprehensive survey is 100% free for schools. You’ll receive a confidential, detailed report about your students and the financial issues that threaten their paths toward graduation. Your free, customized report will compare your school to similar institutions and provide valuable information to help shape student support programming on your campus. Sign up information is located here.
The Student Finance Survey Includes Questions On:
- Financial challenges and behaviors
- Student debt
- Academic goals
- Food and housing insecurity
- Financial knowledge
- Financial stress
- Paying for college
- Public assistance usage
- Transportation insecurity
- Student perceptions
Benefits to Your School:
- Receive reports on the financial wellness of your student body.
- Apply insights about your students to help align your priorities and optimize strategies for providing support for student success.
- Improve enrollment forecasting and financial projections.
- Reduce survey fatigue with our integrated survey. This one-of-a-kind survey covers a wide range of student financial wellness topics as well as basic needs.
- It is 100% FREE for your school to participate.
Your Institution Receives:
- A customized report of findings, including student perceptions and insightful analysis of your student body.
- A survey report to compare your school against similar institutions.
- Access to leading experts to support your strategy.
“The University of Oklahoma was extremely interested in participating in Trellis’ Student Financial Wellness Survey in the Spring 2018 semester. By participating in the survey we hope to include our students’ input into the national financial wellness data measures being collected. We plan to utilize this important research to further refine our various student financial services offered at the University of Oklahoma and to ensure we are addressing and targeting the actual needs of students as indicated in the final results.”
Associate Director, Grants, Research and Special Projects
The University of Oklahoma, Student Financial Services