Financial Literacy Month is here, and you're getting ready to put a ton of new awareness efforts out. A handy-dandy FinAid calendar would sure help you, RIGHT? Here you go!
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.
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.
AB540 is a unique situation, and California Dreamers a very unique student population. Amy Glynn, our VP of Community, on why normalizing the AB540 process is needed.
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.
With data, your institutional intelligence is showing. The Department of Education is moving toward more regular, comprehensive FinAid data collection next year. With the powerful insights in CampusMetrics, Financial Aid Offices can learn more about the numbers behind their numbers —right now.
Staying organized is crucial to your success, and you do an awesome job of it. To help you map out your 2017, we’ve created a handy-dandy financial aid-specific downloadable calendar. Enjoy!
A “sell-out” crowd attended our January WebClinic, How to Clear C Code 399 Flags and STILL Have a Life. Jennifer Buckles, Director of Financial Aid at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga demonstrated how her team is benefitting from 399 Workbench, a feature of StudentForms.
A strong financial aid communications strategy speaks volumes about your school when prospective students are considering their choices, says Amy Glynn, our VP of Community. She offers these four tips for engaging students when, where, and how they prefer to communicate.