CSUN Saves

All across campus, people just like you are proving that you don't have to be rich to build wealth. As members of CSUN Saves, they are paying off their debts and saving to reach their financial goals. We can help with tips and tools to help you set goals, develop strategies to reach those goals, and start saving. So what are you waiting for? Join CSUN Saves today and start making your dreams a reality!

Students and faculty across campus are joining forces to promote the financial health of all members of the campus community. We believe that paying down debt and establishing good saving habits allows for a brighter future for all. So remember, CSUN shines when you save!

It’s easy to be a CSUN Saver and it’s FREE! Simply:

  • Set a Goal
  • Make a Plan
  • Take Action

Take the CSUN Saves Pledge


Contact Us

CSUN Saves
Campaign Coordinator
Linda A. Bradley, PhD
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Phone: (818) 677-3023

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  • Five Tax Tips for 2019

    by Lila Quintiliani, AFC®, Military Saves Program Manager

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  • Connecticut Saves Partner Spotlight

    Written by Faye Griffiths-Smith, UConn Extension|Connecticut Saves

    Connecticut Saves provides educational programs that benefit savers on a variety of topics, including financial literacy for young people and adults. Through America Saves, Connecticut Saves is able to further enhance its commitment to promoting the importance of saving.

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  • 5 Holiday Mistakes That Could Cost You

    The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to enjoy vacations, catch up with family and friends, and eat great food. While the holidays are about quality time and making memories, it’s easy to get caught up with spending money. Here are five holiday mistakes to avoid this year so you can enjoy the season with your finances intact:

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  • Coping With the Cost of Caregiving

    This article is provided by AARP. 

    No matter where you work or what you do for a living, balancing work and family can be tough. But when the question of money comes into play, both can get even trickier. The fact is, financial advice for working families tends to focus on the cost of raising children, rather than the costs of caring for aging loved ones or family members with disabilities in need of long-term care.

    One in eight Americans provides care for a loved one facing illness, a

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Taking Steps Toward Financial Fitness

Nicky Vasquez learned about Virginia Saves when she attended her first class with Bank On Virginia Beach. The instructor shared how important it was to have a written savings goal, and the entire class joined Virginia Saves as the first step toward financial fitness.

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Inspired to Build Savings By Starting Small

With little-to-no money in the bank and living on a limited income with her adult daughter, Sharon wasn’t sure if building up savings for her future was even possible. “At my age, to put debts behind me would be a relief,” she said, but she wasn’t quite sure how to even get started with a savings plan. That all changed when Sharon attended the Great Lakes Michigan Saves Pay Yourself First Saver’s Summit during America Saves Week.

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The Gift of Homeownership

Quaneka Willis, a single mother of three children, was receiving rental assistance through the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee when she decided to take control of her finances. So, in September of 2013 she attended the Make Your Money Talk program and pledged as a Wisconsin Saver. In less than 12 months, she had maximized her savings and was beginning the process of purchasing her first home.

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