First released by the Department of Education in 2013, Shopping Sheets are intended to provide consumer protection for students who receive financial aid. Learn how—and why—you should leverage this highly effective tool to drive student engagement and improve financial literacy.
By Gregg Scoresby I started CampusLogic because I knew that the world needed a software platform that would make the entire student financial aid experience mobile, simple, and personalized. I’ve spent 20 years around the student finance function so I…
The holidays are here! And so is the opportunity to turn the page on 2016. Are you ready for 2017? Is there something you’ve been wishing for all year? Here’s what’s on our wish list—for you.
Amy Glynn, VP of Financial Aid and Community Initiatives, at CampusLogic was recently published in the “Student Aid Perspectives” section of the NASFAA newsletter. In it, she points to research showing that loan letters are helping to curb borrowing while keeping students…
“We’ve easily improved our award letter-production efficiency by, at-minimum, 50%,” says Andrea Van Horn Del Vacchio, Director of Financial Aid at Neumann University. Learn how AwardLetter by CampusLogic drastically improves efficiency, student financial literacy, and more.
December is a great month to reflect on everything your Financial Aid Office accomplished in 2016—and to set a positive focus for 2017. You’ll likely recall some awesome moments, a few learning opportunities, and some obstacles. They all have value.
Human Rights Day calls on everyone to defend the rights of others; to celebrate the rich tapestry of humanity around the world; to stand up for those who are not at all like you. Here’s how CampusLogic is observing the global movement on December 10.
Sandra Mooney, CFO at Houston Baptist University (HBU), became an instant fan of StudentForms after hearing about it in a NACUBO 2016 session. Today, our cloud-based financial aid student engagement platform is a key part of HBU’s “Project Day One” initiative.
Serendipity struck software engineer Alicia Davis when CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby invited her to consider a new job. The former financial aid advisor never dreamed of finding such a perfect fit.