Sign up for early notification of TIAA and CEW retirement workshops this fall

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Due to high demand, CEW and TIAA are adding more financial education workshops to their popular fall semester schedule. Browse the following course list and sign up here to be added to the waitlist for upcoming courses. Individuals on the waitlist will receive early notice of the next set of TIAA workshops.

Course Topics

Halfway There

Halfway? Already? Retirement has a way of creeping up on people. Before you know it, you'll be depending on all the money you saved and invested. If you're panicking, don't. There's still time for a financial check-up! TIAA workshop leaders will provide information to help you determine the appropriate retirement savings investment vehicle for your funds and help you get back on track.

Start to Finish

Financial knowledge to get started on the right foot. Start caring for your financial well-being now. It's never too early to begin saving, and the sooner you do, the happier you'll be down the road. TIAA workshop leaders will share financial planning strategies for discovering how saving a little now can help you later in life.

Tomorrow in Focus

No matter how old or young you are, or where you are in your career, your retirement begins when you start saving for it. Join us for an interactive exploration of retirement saving and learn how to create an effective plan to help maximize your retirement potential.

Money at Work

The formula for successful investing? You plus knowledge. It doesn't matter how old you are, where you are in your career or how much you make. Reaching retirement goals requires the same things: spend less, save more. The presenters will help you figure out which investment vehicles are right for you.

About CEW

The Center for the Education of Women (CEW) advances diversity and inclusion at the University of Michigan by serving as a resource, voice, and advocate to empower women and nontraditional students. CEW provides immediate and ongoing services and financial support needed to ensure educational success and degree completion. Women and nontraditional students are CEW’s primary constituency, but all students are welcome. CEW also serves those who encounter education and career obstacles based on their non-linear paths to, and experiences within, the University community. For more information, visit CEW.