Technology is helping young adults build the world they want to live in. They see it as a tool for social change—and they know change doesn’t have to come from the top anymore. Mobile devices have taught youth an important message: any voice has the potential to be heard. Is FinAid listening?
You’re not chasing paper anymore, or document indexing. And you’re not sure what to do with all your newfound time, right? We’ve got you covered! 10 things you can do now that you’ve made FinAid easy, mobile, and personalized.
Our Customer Success team, led by Customer Success VP Chrisy Woll, is doing amazing things. Read on as Chrisy shares CampusLogic’s game plan (scores, benchmarks, metrics) for how we make our customers’ experience with CampusLogic even more awesome.
At the 2016 National Association of College and University Business Officers' (NACUBO) annual meeting, WGU's Bob Collins and our own Gregg Scoresby presented strategies to help schools transform their FinAid experience.
StudentForms custom appeal functionality allows students to complete the BOG Fee Waiver appeal process via self-service. And schools can review and approve/deny the appeals digitally. Is your BOG FW process easy, efficient, and mobile?
CampusLogic is thrilled to welcome California State University San Marcos to the #wemakefinaidawesome family! Learn more about them—and the song that gets their FinAid Office dancing—here!
“For those of us who use Colleague, we know that the majority of vendors who say they can work with Colleague, can’t. CampusLogic prioritized finding a solution, and that really stood out to us,” says Kristen Gast, DFA at Northern Wyoming Community College District.
The Internet of Everything is coming to a campus near you. As more and more objects – from smartphones to smart appliances – come online, college administration needs to get ready.
Many FinAid offices and higher education institutions are making crucial decisions on enrollment strategies, efficiency tactics, and student experience initiatives based on assumptions, not data and insights. These resources, originally presented at NASFAA's 2016 conference, can help you tap into your data and make decisions based on your unique facts.