Financial Literacy Programming at BCC

Ever wished you had a money coach to help you make better decisions about spending, saving and borrowing money? Now you do! BCC has partnered with American Student Assistance, a nonprofit, to provide $ALT-a unique financial literacy program and member services to help students and alumni become money savvy for life. BCC is offering this program to students for free as a supplement to their college curriculum.

With $ALT, students can enjoy benefits such as:

  • An engaging take on financial education
  • Help finding scholarships, internships, and jobs
  • Exclusive deals and discounts to help save and spend smart
  • Student loan advice from experts

Visit to sign up and list BCC as your school to access exclusive benefits. For more information. contact the Financial Aid Office.

BCC Financial Aid $ALT Scholarships
  • Open to all BCC students
  • Activate $ALT Membership at:  
  • Complete 3 My Money 101 Lessons
  • Complete Scholarship Search
  • Write an Essay: "Why is Financial Literacy Important to College Students?"
  • Award Amount:  $500
  • Deadline: April 15, 2015
  • For more information, click here