At the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 2016 conference, Mark McGinnis, National Director for CampusLogic, presented award letter strategies to help enrollment professionals boost enrollment yield, drive financial literacy, reduce borrowing, improve the student experience, and more.
“The number of FAFSAs we process has more than doubled in the last decade, yet we continue to offer a personal student experience,” says Fort Hays State University’s Director of Financial Assistance. Learn about CampusLogic customer FHSU’s commitment to accountability and efficiency, and why Chumbawamba rocks their office.
In part one of this four-part series, CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby introduces Utah State University CIO Eric Hawley. The duo talk candidly about early adoption of technology, the importance of simplicity, and how software-as-a-service (SaaS) enables business users to go anywhere, anytime.
While students, institutions, and the world around us have evolved drastically, the award letter experience itself feels stuck in the past. Amy Glynn, CampusLogic's VP of FinAid and Community Initiatives, shares thoughts on why that needs to change.
In August Financial Aid Offices found out from the Department of Education that they would be responsible for managing conflicts identified in tax data across aid years. A.K.A.: a 399 Comment Code. We’re thrilled to announce that 399 Workbench will do the heavy lifting for you. All of it. Here’s why we built it.
Enrollment professionals who are @NACAC16-bound, read on for more about why you should stop by Booth 1017 and why our NACAC session “Game Changing Award Letters” is a must-see!
Before Arizona was a state, there was The University of Arizona (UA). We’re stoked to announce they’re now part of the #WeMakeFinAidAwesome family. Learn more about the dedication that drives UA’s FinAid office staff, and the song that gets them singing.
It’s hard to believe that it was over a month ago that we were in Washington, D.C. at NASFAA’s national conference. It feels like just yesterday! In honor of one of our favorite hashtags, #throwbackThursday, we asked our team members to reflect on their NASFAA conference experiences.
Academic unpreparedness, front-loaded tuition, illness, level of indebtedness, unmanageable work/life balance; factors influencing student retention are complex and layered. Many retention challenges can be solved with transparent, clear financial aid services that improve financial literacy at every step.