Campus Address
Mailing Address

E119 Campus Recreation and Wellness Center
309 South Madison Street
Iowa City, IA 52242-2010
United States

Financial well-being can be defined as “a state of being wherein a person can fully meet current and ongoing financial obligations, can feel secure in their financial future, and is able to make choices that allow enjoyment of life." (Source:

In addition to offering retirement options for its employees, the University of Iowa sponsors financial education opportunities. Financial well-being programs are offered in collaboration between University Benefits and UI Wellness.

On-Campus and Web Events

Financial well-being classes and events are held throughout the year on a variety of topics ranging from paying off student loans to maximizing your retirement assets. Visit this page for the most up-to-date information on these events.


The TIAA website can provide:

  • Detailed information about retirement and savings plans
  • Information about scheduling on- or off-campus appointments with local TIAA financial advisors
  • Tips for managing debt, saving, and investing no matter where you are in life
  • On-demand webinars on a variety of financial well-being topics (log in required)

Horizons Financial Health and Wellness

  • Horizons offers meetings with a financial expert to discuss financial-management concerns. Employees are eligible for up to three one-on-one financial coaching sessions at no cost.  Contact or 319-398-3943 to learn more or schedule an appointment.
  • Horizons provides a wide variety of classes and supports through their programs, many at reduced fees or free. 
  • Horizons has created an email support program to help you navigate your financial situation throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. A financial counselor will respond to your questions within 24 hours. Email to verify information, get assistance with your financial plan, and connect to local resources.

Video Resources

Budgeting 101

Once Monthly Paychecks


Credit 411

Building Strong Credit Habits


Good Debt vs Bad Debt

Understanding the Impact

Other Resources