​Peer Coaches


Lexi Astrike
Lexi Astrike
Majors: Accounting &
Personal Financial Planning

Financial Wellness Tip
To be aware of your financial situation.
Paige Millikin
Paige Millikin
Major: Personal Financial Planning

Financial Wellness Tip
Educate yourself on your personal financial situation and all the options you have.

Annie Nietling-No PIc

Annie Nietling

Major: Law and Economics

Financial Wellness Tip
Physically writing down what you are spending money on can help you decide what is a necessity and what is a want.
Jordan Healey

Jordan Healey

Majors: K-12 Health Education & Special Education for Cognitive Impairment

Financial Wellness Tip
Budget budget budget! It’s hard to start one and keep up with it, but knowing how much money you have coming in and going out will help you a lot in the long run.

​Graduate Assistants


Ashley D’Amour-no picture available
Sarah Fischer
Program: MA in Higher Education Administration

Financial Wellness Tip
It’s okay to not know everything; I sure didn’t! That is why we are here.


Taylor Nelson
Program: MA in Higher Education Administration
Office Assistants

Ashley D’Amour-no picture available
Ashley D’Amour
Major: Biology (Biomedical, Cellular, Molecular Concentration)

Financial Wellness Tip
Make a specific shopping list before actually going shopping.

Myiah Williams-no picture available
Ashley Grant
Majors: Political Science & Sociology

Financial Wellness Tip
Be hands on in your financial aid and savings since they will both greatly affect your life. Don't let your parents do all the work even if they are paying for everything because you should really appreciate the help, but also do everything to be involved.

Kailie Wielenga
Kaleigh Pyko
Majors: Political Science &
Women and Gender Studies

Financial Wellness Tip
Become more aware of on campus resources that help you become financially stable.