7 Reasons Your School Should Adopt E-Sign Immediately

7 Reasons Your School Should Adopt E-Sign Immediately

  • April 23, 2015

Have you been dragging your feet about adding a electronic signature option to your college or university's financial aid process? Or are you having difficulty convincing your Financial Aid Director or VP that it's a good idea? Well it's time to…

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Launch Your Campaign Against Student Loan Default

Launch Your Campaign Against Student Loan Default

  • April 17, 2015

Reducing student loan default rates has become a primary concern of the higher education industry, which has been under the country's magnifying glass. With rising rates of default, colleges and universities have both the motivation and the duty to help their students succeed not…

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4 Tips To Build A Solid High School Outreach Program

4 Tips to Build a Solid High School Outreach Program

  • April 15, 2015

Most high school students want to go to college. Most financial aid and other higher education officials want to interest students in their programs. If you smell a win-win situation, you're right! As a financial aid director or other higher ed…

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Leverage Mobile To Reach College Students

Leverage Mobile to Reach College Students

  • April 10, 2015

Have you looked around your college or university campus recently? As you observe your institution's students, notice how many have a cell phone in hand. How many are texting while walking (or attempting to walk)? How many are talking on or…

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Introducing StudentDocuments: The Start Of A Revolution

Introducing StudentDocuments: The Start of a Revolution

  • April 8, 2015

Hear ye, School Admin and Officials... The era of paper cuts, filing cabinets and indexing submitted documents is over. We invite you to join the student-self service revolution called StudentDocuments. What Does StudentDocuments Do? It is a smart software that is…

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Exit Counseling: What, How And Why

Exit Counseling: What, How and Why

  • April 6, 2015

When higher education students who received federal loans graduate, drop below the minimum number of required credit hours or withdraw from school, they are required to complete exit counseling. Often this entails the student reading a bunch of dry explanations online,…

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How To Improve Student Financial Literacy

How to Improve Student Financial Literacy

  • March 27, 2015

Financial aid offices grapple for the attention of students who are already overloaded with upcoming moves, busy class schedules and a new, unfamiliar setting. It's vital that the financial aid team is able to reach students. Financial aid provides one of…

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