Money Matter$

Money Matter$ is a financial literacy program that provides resources for Seattle University School of Law students to increase their personal finance literacy. The program aims to provide basic knowledge and skills to help you make informed decisions regarding your money and budget.

The program is composed of two elements that are designed to complement each other: in-person sessions and online materials. The in-person sessions are an opportunity to delve indepth into a particular topic and have your questions answered by a subject matter expert. The online materials provide additional information that is available to you at any time. The Money Matter$ calendar details when and where the in-person sessions occur, while the remainder of the website lists online materials that cover a wide array of financial topics.

SUSL has partnered with AccessLex to provide MAX, a financial literacy program that commences with your 1L year and builds throughout your law school career. 

MAX offers workshops are designed for you to make better financial decisions now and in the future, credit and credit building strategies, and much more. Learn from an AccessLex expert about financial decision-making behaviors, strategies for financial goals, law school specific financial decisions and strategies. There are also monthly lessons, lots of excellent resources provided and generous scholarship opportunities! 

  • MAX Online Registration is officially available to you! Student Registration:  https://www.accesslex.org/maxonline.
  • For Best Results: As with many programs these days, MAX Online works best in Chrome, Firefox and Safari. You can access MAX Online from either a computer or your mobile device. 
  • For MAX Online Questions: For any student questions or issues with registration, assistance is available at MAX@accesslex.org or 844-755-HELP.

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Seattle University School of Law provides these links as a courtesy to its students. These sites are not endorsed by Seattle University. Some of these sites require personal information. We urge you to use your discretion and be careful when disclosing this type of information. We encourage you to explore your options using various resources so that you can make well informed decisions about your current and future finances.