Technology is supposed to make everything in life easier. But change can be daunting for some people. Read on for tips to help your office embrace the latest innovations in scholarship management technology.
The VP of Student Success at TAMIU knows the obstacles Hispanic students face when considering college—and has set up ways to improve accessibility. Read her insights, focused on the ‘ABCs of Student Finance.’
As schools look for ways to stay relevant and profitable, many state systems are making the move to consolidation. CampusLogic VP Amy Glynn offers tips for personalized student engagement that scales easily.
What happened in 2017? A lot, according to our recap of events, awards, releases, social media, and blog activity. Kind of amazing that it all happened in “only” 365 days. Here’s a look at the year by the numbers.
Our #awesome software development team is one of the best in the industry. More than that, this team is filled with some of the most brilliant, kind, and dedicated people in the industry. Ready to learn more about them?
In an ideal world, you’d have unlimited scholarships to help every student on campus. But in the real world, those awards are extremely limited. Here are tips on how to award those precious dollars fairly.
Donors whose gifts are in the form of scholarships are #awesome. What are you doing to let them know that? Make sure you have a strong and fair awards process—and show them the impact on students’ lives.
Dr. Minita Ramirez began her quest into higher ed administration with a compelling question: ‘Where are all the Hispanic Students?’ Read her insights in this series, focused on the ‘ABCs of Student Finance.’
“The ability for scholarship organizations to allocate and disburse funds has come to a standstill,” says VP Amy Glynn. The NSPA has asked ED to reconsider guidance on sharing student data—and we agree.