Student Financial Wellness Survey

The Trellis Research annual, nationwide student financial wellness survey is focused on supporting participating institutions with greater insights into the connection between student financial stress and student success on their campuses [including national comparisons]. The survey provides actionable data that can be used for campus-based student success program initiatives. [Participation for institutions is 100% free.]

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“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.”

Judi Voeller, Associate Director, Grants, Research and Special Projects, The University of Oklahoma

“The Student Financial Wellness Survey has been a great resource for Palo Alto College. It has provided our entire community with strong research documenting the extent to which our students are struggling financially. We are already using the findings from the survey to inform our strategic planning and better support our students.”

Katherine Doss, Dean of Student Success, Palo Alto College
“The Trellis team was a pleasure to deal with, responding to clarifying questions throughout the planning and implementation process for the Student Financial Wellness Survey in a very timely manner as well as going above and beyond to provide documentation and supplemental information to help inform decision-making about the implementation across our institutions.”
Andrea Pellegrini, Assistant Director, USFSCO Student Money Management Center, University of Illinois System

“This survey is critical to our goal of removing as many non-academic barriers as possible.”

Susan Guzman-Trevino , Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Services, Temple Junior College, Temple, Texas

“The experience working with Trellis was very simple and smooth process. The data and perspective we received on students financial wellness is extremely valuable. This information will improve the Financial Learning Ambassador programming on all six Valencia College campuses. We are extremely grateful for this opportunity to ask crucial financial wellness questions to our students.”

Ilia Cordero, Assistant Director of Financial Aid, Valencia College