You want to buy new technology, but money is tight. Budget anxiety can feel daunting. Tips to help you conquer the anxiety, build your business case, and tell a story that everyone on your campus can get behind.
Meet the feature that makes life in the Financial Aid Office even better: OCR for tax transcripts. And, unexpectedly, just in time for the DRT outage.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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?
Viewpoints tackles “Top IT Trends” in a five-part blog series. Read on for part 4.
Viewpoints tackles “Top IT Trends” in a five-part blog series. Read on for part 3.