Become a Financial Peace University Coordinator

Families will go from panicking over bills and debt to feeling confident in their
financial future—because of your class.

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What does it take to be an FPU Coordinator?

You don’t have to be a financial expert. You don’t even have to be debt-free. And you definitely don’t need to know all the answers (or even what Dave would say on The Ramsey Show).

Here’s what we’re looking for from you:

  • You’re on fire to help people.
  • You know our money plan works.
  • You're ready to commit some time and make a difference.

It's that simple! If you've got those three things covered, you're exactly the right person to lead a class. And the other nitty-gritty stuff? We'll help with all of that.








 

I'm in! Now what?

Crowd 15 people into your living room with a huge slow cooker of rice and beans. Or lead virtually over your turkey sandwich on a lunch break! You can design your class to fit right into your life.

Step 1

STEP 1

Set up your FPU class.

Pro tip: Pick a class start date and
time before setup.

Step 2

STEP 2

Promote your class.

We’ll help you out with lots of
free promo materials!

Step 3

STEP 3

Show up—it’s go time!

Get ready to go scissor-crazy on
some credit cards!

You just bring you—we’ll get the rest. You just bring you—we’ll get the rest.

You’re joining our coordinator team—that’s a big deal! We’ll give you everything you need to walk through your class from setup to wrap-up so you can focus on what you do best—helping people transform their lives.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Access to an online dashboard where you can track attendance, message your class members, and more
  • A detailed, virtual Coordinator Guide that walks you through the entire FPU class, step by step

A one-year subscription to Ramsey+, which includes all of the FPU lessons, the premium version of EveryDollar, unlimited group coaching calls, and so much more!

Image of Financial Peace University, the FPU Coordinator Guide, and EveryDollar
Michelle, FPU Coordinator
You just bring you—we’ll get the rest.

“I lead FPU to help others learn how to manage their money and to restore their hope. I went through FPU in 2019 when we were deep in debt and God provided the answer to our prayers through FPU. I love being able to be an instrument in God’s plan to help others in that same way.”




 

Got more questions? Check here first.

You don’t have to pay a dime! Hey, you’re giving your time—that’s more than enough! We even include all the materials you need from promo graphics to a digital Coordinator Guide.

Nope! You don’t have to be debt free or be on Baby Step 7 . . . you don’t even need to be an FPU graduate. As long as you’re passionate about following the plan, you’re good to go!

If you’re looking for support in your coordinator journey, don’t worry—you’ll get plenty of that! You’ll have a dedicated advisor who’ll answer questions and guide you through your class. You’ll also get access to tips and helpful videos in your Coordinator Dashboard. If you want even more support, you can join our online Facebook community just for coordinators!

FPU Coordinators are volunteers with a passion for helping others learn how to win with money. But while they aren’t paid, they do receive special perks—like a free year of Ramsey+, exclusive access to events and more!

Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson course. Each class lasts between 45-90 minutes, depending on the format you use. (Flex classes watch the lesson before class time.) Typically, classes meet once a week for each lesson.

Virtual Class

  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Location: Online (video conferencing tool, like Zoom, required)
  • Watch Videos: On your own
  • Gather: For activities & discussion

Flex Class

  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Location: Anywhere
  • Watch Videos: On your own
  • Gather: For activities & discussion

Traditional Class

  • Time: 90 minutes
  • Location: Anywhere with AV equipment
  • Watch Videos: In class
  • Gather: For activities & discussion

That’s up to you! Get everybody together at a park on summer nights, book a cozy back room at a local coffee shop or round up every chair and rickety stool in your house and crowd into the living room! There aren’t any rules—just do what sounds fun!

Sure thing! It doesn’t have to be your spouse—anyone can co-lead with you. Your pal from work . . . your pet parrot . . . you pick!

You just need one person to be a complete class. Because that one person represents a lifetime legacy of life change—and that’s worth it. If you’re still antsy for some numbers, the average group size we see is about seven people.

Your class will have its own webpage with a private link! All you have to do is share the link with anyone who wants to join. Or you can to open your class to the public and people will find your webpage right on our website, RamseySolutions.com. Keep in mind, your class won’t fill itsel! You will need to spread the word, but we’ll give you a whole page of posters, social media posts and other cool, techy stuff to help out!

Absolutely. Actually, 40% of coordinators take the class for the first time while leading it. Think of it like leading a small group—you can study with the group and facilitate at the same time!

Each family in your class will need to buy Financial Peace University, and they can do that right from your class link in the online Coordinator Dashboard. Once they make that purchase and  create an account, they’ll instantly have access to all the lessons and a digital member workbook! It’s that easy.

Every household needs to buy FPU to attend the class. But if you or your church would like to pay for some members’ access as a scholarship, that’s totally fine. Hey—we even encourage it!

Don’t stress—you’re a coordinator, not a teacher. Your job is to facilitate discussion, which is easy when you follow along on your free, virtual coordinator guide! (You’ll find that in your Coordinator Dashboard.)

Definitely not. What matters to us is your heart—your why for leading. If you’re planning to secretly teach that credit cards are the secret to success or that Bitcoin is the best retirement plan out there . . . yeah, you’re probably not a good fit as an FPU Coordinator. But if you’re working the Baby Steps yourself and encouraging other people to do the same, you’re exactly the coordinator we’re looking for.

Become a Financial Peace University Coordinator

Families will go from panicking over bills and debt to feeling confident in their financial future—because of your class.

Image of FPU Coordinators
What does it take to be an FPU coordinator?

You don’t have to be a financial expert. You don’t even have to be debt free. And you definitely don’t need to know all the answers. (Or even what Dave would say on The Ramsey Show.)

Here’s what we’re looking for from you:

  • You’re on fire to help people
  • You know our money plan works
  • You're ready to commit some time and make a difference

It's that simple! If you've got those three things covered, you're exactly the right person to lead a class. And the other nitty gritty stuff? We'll help with all of that.

You just bring you—we’ll get the rest. I'm in! Now what?

Crowd fifteen people into your living room with a huge crockpot of rice and beans. Or lead virtually over your turkey sandwich on a lunch break! You can design your class to fit right into your life.

Step 1

STEP 1

Set up your FPU class.

Pro tip: Pick a class start date and
time before setup.

Step 2

STEP 2

Promote your class.

We’ll help you out with lots of free
promo materials!

Step 3

STEP 3

Show up—it’s go time!

Get ready to go scissor-crazy on
some credit cards!

Image of Financial Peace University, the FPU Coordinator Guide, and EveryDollar You just bring you—we’ll get the rest.

You’re joining our coordinator team—that’s a big deal! We’ll give you everything you need to walk through your class from setup to wrap up so you can focus on what you do best—helping people transform their lives.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Access to an online dashboard where you can track attendance, message your class members, and more.
  • A detailed, virtual Coordinator Guide that walks you through the entire FPU class, step by step.

A one-year subscription to Ramsey+ which includes all of the FPU lessons, the premium version of EveryDollar, unlimited group coaching calls and so much more!

Michelle, FPU Coordinator

“I lead FPU to help others learn how to manage their money and to restore their hope. I went through FPU in 2019 when we were deep in debt and God provided the answer to our prayers through FPU. I love being able to be an instrument in God’s plan to help others in that same way.”

Got more questions? Check here first.

You don’t have to pay a dime! Hey, you’re giving your time—that’s more than enough! We even include all the materials you need from promo graphics to a digital Coordinator Guide.

Nope! You don’t have to be debt free or be on Baby Step 7 . . . you don’t even need to be an FPU graduate. As long as you’re passionate about following the plan, you’re good to go!

If you’re looking for support in your coordinator journey, don’t worry—you’ll get plenty of that! You’ll have a dedicated advisor who’ll answer questions and guide you through your class. You’ll also get access to tips and helpful videos in your Coordinator Dashboard. If you want even more support, you can join our online Facebook community just for coordinators!

FPU Coordinators are volunteers with a passion for helping others learn how to win with money. But while they aren’t paid, they do receive special perks—like a free year of Ramsey+, exclusive access to events and more!

Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson course. Each class lasts between 45-90 minutes, depending on the format you use. (Flex classes watch the lesson before class time.) Typically, classes meet once a week for each lesson.

Virtual Class

  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Location: Online (video conferencing tool, like Zoom, required)
  • Watch Videos: On your own
  • Gather: For activities & discussion

Flex Class

  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Location: Anywhere
  • Watch Videos: On your own
  • Gather: For activities & discussion

Traditional Class

  • Time: 90 minutes
  • Location: Anywhere with AV equipment
  • Watch Videos: In class
  • Gather: For activities & discussion

That’s up to you! Get everybody together at a park on summer nights, book a cozy back room at a local coffee shop or round up every chair and rickety stool in your house and crowd into the living room! There aren’t any rules—just do what sounds fun!

Sure thing! It doesn’t have to be your spouse—anyone can co-lead with you. Your pal from work . . . your pet parrot . . . you pick!

You just need one person to be a complete class. Because that one person represents a lifetime legacy of life change—and that’s worth it. If you’re still antsy for some numbers, the average group size we see is about seven people.

Your class will have its own webpage with a private link! All you have to do is share the link with anyone who wants to join. Or you can to open your class to the public and people will find your webpage right on our website, RamseySolutions.com. Keep in mind, your class won’t fill itsel! You will need to spread the word, but we’ll give you a whole page of posters, social media posts and other cool, techy stuff to help out!

Absolutely. Actually, 40% of coordinators take the class for the first time while leading it. Think of it like leading a small group—you can study with the group and facilitate at the same time!

Each family in your class will need to buy Financial Peace University, and they can do that right from your class link in the online Coordinator Dashboard. Once they make that purchase and  create an account, they’ll instantly have access to all the lessons and a digital member workbook! It’s that easy.

Every household needs to buy FPU to attend the class. But if you or your church would like to pay for some members’ access as a scholarship, that’s totally fine. Hey—we even encourage it!

Don’t stress—you’re a coordinator, not a teacher. Your job is to facilitate discussion, which is easy when you follow along on your free, virtual coordinator guide! (You’ll find that in your Coordinator Dashboard.)

Definitely not. What matters to us is your heart—your why for leading. If you’re planning to secretly teach that credit cards are the secret to success or that Bitcoin is the best retirement plan out there . . . yeah, you’re probably not a good fit as an FPU Coordinator. But if you’re working the Baby Steps yourself and encouraging other people to do the same, you’re exactly the coordinator we’re looking for.