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.
Businesses are using software and technology to operate 24/7, and students expect schools to do the same. But right now, schools are lagging behind in answering this call. This presentation, developed for and delivered at NASFAA 2016, will help you boost student engagement throughout the FinAid process.
A key component to enrolling new students and retaining existing students is access to financial aid. Unfortunately, the FinAid process can be cumbersome and intimidating to students. Technology can make this process easier, providing solutions that streamline the process and self-service tools that allow students to engage whenever and from wherever they want.
Everyone at CampusLogic is pretty excited about our #awesome Customer Success Team. One of our core values is “We love our customers and they know it.” The Customer Success Team, led by VP of Customer Success Chrisy Woll, allows us to show them #evenmore love.
‘I make financial aid awesome!’ stickers have been part of the CampusLogic experience since the start. This year, we’re changing up the design to match our #FinAidSuperhero vibe. Stop by Booth #407 at NASFAA to get a copy of this year’s sticker for your collection!
We thought the future would be paperless. But in 2016, we’re still handing out paper application forms. That’s about to change, thanks to the revolutionary rise in the use of mobile devices.
Easy, mobile, personalized financial aid (aka: #finaid) is music to our ears! We asked our customers and our CampusLogic crew to name songs that make them feel #awesome at work. Enjoy!
How does today’s student – a smartphone using, mobile-browsing, social media savvy digital native – want to communicate? Is financial aid listening, or do we have a communications disconnect?
Networking doesn’t have to mean breaking out of your shell. It doesn’t have to mean forcing yourself to be uncomfortable. It’s about finding ways to make navigating a crowd situation value-driven for yourself, and the business unit who invested in your attendance.