Using Life Skills® (For detailed instructions, click here.)
Click here to go to the Life Skills® website. Click "Request a new account" in the Login box to create your account. Complete all of the information: Username: Enter your UW-L email address as your username School Assigned Student ID: Use your NetID. Ex: "smith.joe" School code: 00391900 Student Access Code: 00391900-01
Select "My Catalog" from the navigation menu.
Click on the name of the lesson and click "Enroll" on the right side of the screen. Complete the lessons that interest you. Please disable any pop-up blockers. If pages are not showing, please check your pop-up blocker settings. Click "Next" to advance through the lesson. Complete the Lesson Challenge quiz at the end of the lesson.
Q: I'm having problems signing in or creating a password!A: Please contact Life Skills® customer service directly at 1(800)766-0084. We cannot help with username/password issues on campus. Q: I need to input a different access code.A: Once you have signed in, click "My Account" and you can enter additional codes in the "Student Access Codes" field. Q: How do I know if I've completed a lesson?A: You can check to see which lessons you've completed by clicking "My Transcript" from the Life Skills® main page.
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If the money you spend in four years at a public college was a stack of pennies, it could reach more than 8.5 miles high, higher than most airplanes fly.
84% of college students have a credit card. 50% of them have 4 or more.
The average total debt for the Class of 2013 is $35,200.
There the will be approximately $1,200,000,000,000 in circulation in 2013.
$67,000,000,000 in student loans were in default in 2011.
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