Sharing is caring at the University System of Georgia (USG). There, 28 colleges and universities enjoy improved efficiencies, increased enrollment, and high student satisfaction through shared services. Read highlights from our Ellucian Live presentation.
Reduce friction. Go faster. Keep polishing. Apply more graphite powder. Chris Chumley, COO of CampusLogic, on how the student experience and FinAid friction drive everything we do.
Students and financial aid offices are in crunch time—making the recent downtime of the IRS Data Retrieval Tool problematic. Amy Glynn, our VP of Community, weighs in on potential repercussions across the industry.
AB 540 is a unique situation, and California Dreamers a very unique student population. Amy Glynn, our VP of Community, on why normalizing the AB 540 process is needed.
Raising capital isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Read on for CEO Gregg Scoresby’s thoughts and advice on bootstrapping, outside funding, and how to know which is right for your company.
To raise capital efficiently and effectively, you need to be able to prove what you’re doing. Read on for four helpful tips and eight metrics every CEO should track indefinitely, courtesy of Grow and our own Chris Horne.
Maryland bills HB509 and HB262 would require higher education institutions receiving state funding to send certain annual notices to students about their education loans. Amy Glynn weighs in on why this is a great thing.
Our CEO, Gregg Scoresby, is a huge fan of collaboration, teamwork, and networking—especially when it comes to higher education and our mission to change lives. He found that winning combination at Knowlura. In this third of three articles, the conversation is centered on what makes an online degree program successful.
In part two of this three-part blog series, Gregg Scoresby and Greg Baker (GS and GB, respectively) discuss why Enrollment and FinAid need to work together to make evidence-based decisions for the future. Learn what’s behind the numbers that our referral partner, Knowlura, crunches.