Earn to Learn’s Students

59.4%
First Generation University Students
86.5%
Ethnic Minorities
88.4%
Are Meeting Their Monthly Savings Goals
57.7%
Pursue STEM and Medical Degrees

Matched-savings accounts are a proven way to help low-income individuals and families develop their financial and educational assets in an effort to escape the cycle of poverty and transform the economy around them.

Enlisting our students as investors in their college success gives them a personal stake in their success. We empower them with financial literacy to ensure they can navigate their personal financial responsibility and improve their economic mobility.  It is a groundbreaking approach with remarkable results.

Earn to Learn is working to ensure that our savers not only graduate from a four year university, but do so with little to no debt. We offer support services that connect our savers to each other, their schools and the community, hoping to create a system that will see them beyond graduation. We hope our savers go on to use what they have learned to contribute to their community

Impact Numbers as of 10.31.16

Earn to Learn’s Students

Average Arizona University Students

59.4%
EARN TO LEARN’S STUDENTS

FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS

38%
AVERAGE ARIZONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
66.1%
EARN TO LEARN’S STUDENTS

FEMALE STUDENTS

51%
AVERAGE ARIZONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
88.4%
EARN TO LEARN’S STUDENTS

MINORITY STUDENTS

42%
AVERAGE ARIZONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
98%
EARN TO LEARN’S STUDENTS

UNIVERSITY PERSISTENCE RATE

58%
AVERAGE ARIZONA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

More Numbers…

 $9,647,090.16

Scholarship Dollars Earned

 $1,205,886.27

Dollars Saved by Student Savers

 1470

Number of Student Savers Enrolled

14963

Personal Finance Training Hours Completed

3905

Number of Student Savers who Completed Personal Finance Training

719

SALT* Continuing Financial Education Accounts Opened

1987

SALT* Continuing Financial Education Hours Completed

750

College & Career Readiness Workshop Hours Delivered

Resources:

*Wondering what SALT stands for? SALT doesn’t actually stand for anything. As they say on their website: “Why is it called SALT? Back in the day (way, way back in the day), salt was the universal currency. It’s why SALT goes back to basics to give you universal info and smart strategies to help you take control of your money.”

Southern Arizona Region

The Southern Region is made up of students from Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma Counties. Our Southern Regional Office is located in Tucson ... View All Southern Arizona Region Info

Central Arizona Region

The Central Region is made up of students from Gila and Maricopa Counties. Our Central Regional Office is located in Phoenix ... View All Central Arizona Region Info

Northern Arizona Region

The Northern Region is made up of students from Apache, Coconino, Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai Counties. Our Northern Regional Office is located in Flagstaff ... View All Northern Arizona Region Info