Sharonview U

Whether you are opening a checking account for the first time or thinking about retirement, Sharonview U is a one-stop resource for the guidance you need to take the next step.

GreenPath University
  • Articles and e-courses covering topics like credit, budgeting, bankruptcy, identity theft and more
  • Fun, interactive financial games for students of all ages
  • Free webinar programs every first and third Wednesday of the month

Self-study Learning Lab Courses are free to all Sharonview members

Credit Reports and Scores

Your credit score is a key factor in qualifying for a home mortgage, auto loans, credit cards and more. This course will help you understand how your credit score is calculated and reported to lenders.
Please note: Your name, email and quiz results will only be shared with your financial institution if you submit your quiz at the end of this course.

Budgeting Basics

The path to a brighter financial future begins with a realistic budget. This course will give you some tips for developing a budget and tracking your spending.
Please note: Your name, email and score will be shared with your financial institution if you complete and submit the quiz at the end of this course.

Home Buying - Preparing to Buy

Are you thinking about buying a home? This course will help ensure you are ready before you begin the home buying process.
Please note: Your name, email and score will be shared with your financial institution if you complete and submit the quiz at the end of this course.

BudgetSmart

An easy-to-use software program to help you:

  • Establish a budget
  • Track spending
  • View tips for improving areas of overspending or inadequate saving
  • Experiment with "what if" scenarios that would impact your budget

Click below to download the program, and you're on your way to creating your own personalized budget!

BudgetSmart

CheckRight

CheckRight is a web-based checking account education module designed to teach you how to manage a checking account. Use CheckRight if:

  • you are looking to open a checking account for the first time or
  • you have had difficulty handling an account in the past.

Among other things, CheckRight will help you learn how to:

  • open an account
  • write checks and make deposits
  • maintain a check register
  • reconcile an account
  • create a spending plan

CheckRight is a self-study program that allows you to learn at your own pace. Once you have read through the chapters, you will be directed to a quiz that will test your knowledge on checking accounts.

CheckRight