Economics & Finance

Upcoming Courses


In one survey, 79% of respondents thought their college degree was worth it, 78% would recommend college to someone, but less than 50% think that colleges do an excellent or very good job of educating students. This mini-course uses economics to study higher education, focusing on entrance into college (application, acceptance, financial aid) and output from college (the value of a college degree to the graduate and to society).

Mondays, June 24 and July 1, TBD - UR Campus
Let's talk about planning for the future. How can you be sure you estate plans are carried out properly? Topics will include medical directives, powers of attorney, wills and trusts. Elder Law will also be discussed. Questions are welcome!

Tuesday, Aug 13, TBD - UR Campus
With all the paperwork surrounding your finances, what should you keep? What should you throw out? In this seminar, let's get organized together. We'll show you a quick, clear path to figuring out what you need.

Monday, 7/15, TBD - UR Campus (7 seats (10%) remaining)
Protecting your identity is more important than ever. In this seminar, we'll show you how to protect yourself from identity theft and inform you on options you have if the worst happens.

Monday, June 10, TBD - UR Campus ( No seats currently available )