The 2019 HEFW Student Experience Application
The Higher Education Financial Wellness Summit (HEFWS) is a conference that, since its inception, has been a venue traditionally for professionals looking to grow or build their student financial wellness and education efforts across their campuses. In 2019, we seek to expand our offerings to student attendees by creating a space where students can learn in the same vein. The 2019 Summit will take place July 13-16, 2019 in Bloomington, Indiana.

The inclusion of students into our conference offerings will contribute to the community engagement and continue to expand the financial wellness conversation further across the country. The HEFW Student Experience will be largely focused around a full-day, pre-conference workshop where students can interact with one another to:
--Learn from speakers for training/development purposes
--Learn from each other about the financial wellness practices across different campuses
--Strengthen financial wellness peer programs in early development
--Share ideas on how to build/improve more established programs and develop best practices.

To learn more about The Student Experience, go to, or visit our website at

All students will be required to submit this application to attend The HEFW Student Experience by March 4, 2019 at 11:59pm local time.

Students will be asked to submit both a written and video portion as part of their application along with a letter of recommendation from a faculty or staff member. The selection committee will select 50 students to attend The HEFW Student Experience in total.

We encourage applications from students who are involved in financial wellness peer programs, those who have a stake in building programs or those wanting to develop financial wellness initiatives in their campus communities, as well as student leaders and students who are actively engaged in advocacy on their campuses.

Thank you for your interest in The 2019 HEFW Student Experience! Please direct any questions you may have to

Enrolled at least part-time as a student in university or community college in Fall 2019

Leadership role in student organization or active in advocacy on campus. Examples include:
· Peer Coach or Peer Educator
· Student Government or Advisory Boards
· Resident Life or Orientation Leaders
· Advocacy and/or Multiculturalism Roles

Provide a Faculty or Staff Reference

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