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MSU student financial aid department receives Regions Bank marketing honor

Mississippi State University’s Department of Student Financial Aid recently was honored with the Regions Bank Marketing Partner Rock Star Award for its role in promoting financial education. Pictured are, from left, Jay Willis, branch manager for Regions Bank in Starkville; Sammy Slaughter, senior vice president and city president for Regions Bank in Starkville; John Daniels, MSU financial literary coordinator; and Paul McKinney, MSU student financial aid director. In fall 2016, MSU implemented Transit-Financial Wellness as part of the Regions Financial Scholars Program. It is an interactive, web-based, tablet-friendly financial education program created by EverFi Inc., a leading education technology company. Regions Bank sponsors Transit at college campuses in several states as part of the company’s commitment to sharing financial education with students of all ages.
MSU student financial aid department receives Regions Bank marketing honor

Mississippi State University’s Department of Student Financial Aid recently was honored with the Regions Bank Marketing Partner Rock Star Award for its role in promoting financial education. Pictured are, from left, Jay Willis, branch manager for Regions Bank in Starkville; Sammy Slaughter, senior vice president and city president for Regions Bank in Starkville; John Daniels, MSU financial literary coordinator; and Paul McKinney, MSU student financial aid director. In fall 2016, MSU implemented Transit-Financial Wellness as part of the Regions Financial Scholars Program. It is an interactive, web-based, tablet-friendly financial education program created by EverFi Inc., a leading education technology company. Regions Bank sponsors Transit at college campuses in several states as part of the company’s commitment to sharing financial education with students of all ages.

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