Achieve Your Financial Goals with Free Seminars by TCU Instructors

Whether you’re a first-time home buyer who needs guidance or you’re looking for ways to improve your credit score, Travis Credit Union offers comprehensive seminars to help you meet your financial goals. Check out upcoming events to see when qualified financial education instructors will be in your area next!

Free Seminars


October 2019 Events

Keys to College Financing

Need money for college? Attend a free Cash for College workshop with Travis Credit Union. Learn how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the CA Dream Act Application (CADAA) and the Chafee Grant for foster youth application.

Click on RSVP for October to choose from available dates under the 'Seminar Locations' dropdown menu

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October 26 – Merced Combo Seminars

Location: Merced County Office of Education, Newbold Room, 632 West 13th St.

10 a.m. Auto Buying and Financing
Merced RSVP: 10 a.m. Oct. 26

12:30 p.m. Life as a Homeowner
Merced RSVP: 12:30 p.m. Oct. 26


November 2019 Events

Life as a Homeowner

This seminar presents valuable tips about moving and settling into a new home, keeping records, communicating with your lender and creditors, making sure your new home is energy efficient to save money, taking advantage of the financial benefits of owning a home, hiring a contractor if you choose to remodel, improving your credit score if you choose to refinance, and more.

RSVP for November


Home Buyer Seminar

Preparation for home ownership begins long before the purchase actually takes places. This seminar covers pre-purchase issues such as budgeting, determining how much house is affordable, saving for a down payment and other costs. You'll learn about credit reports, managing your debt-to-income ratio, the types of home loans available and the mortgage lending process.

Solano RSVP: Nov. 9 Veranda RSVP: Nov. 12


November 13 – TAFB Breezing Through the Holidays

*TAFB affiliated personnel or active military only
It may be called "the most wonderful time of the year" but December can also be filled with unwanted debt with holiday spending. Learn budgeting strategies and tactics to avoid that year-end credit card crunch and sidestep debt traps in the future.

RSVP for TAFB: Nov. 13