University systems are uniquely positioned to drive strategic advantages by moving to a shared financial aid services model. Administrative efficiencies that scale, a seamless student experience, and amplified best practices are just a few of the benefits.
AwardLetter is a student engagement engine empowering communication across the financial aid lifecycle. Opportunities for building a strong relationship with students during the financial aid process abound... and can have a dramatic impact on financial aid completion rates and enrollment.
From all of us at CampusLogic to all of the hard-working, life-changing Financial Aid professionals we have the honor of working with, we wish you a Happy National Financial Aid Day! Read on for more shout outs to your awesomeness!
Schools are responsible for identifying students flagged with a C Code 399 at the point that the ISIR has been processed. ED defines this as the point in time that the ISIR is sent to a school through the SAIG. Are you ready?
Increased potential for conflicting information to appear due to early FAFSA and prior-prior year has given rise to C Code 399. With it come implications for students and extra administrative burden for FA offices. That’s why we built 399 Workbench, a new feature in our StudentForms product.
The Second Chance Pell Pilot, an Experimental Sites Initiative, “test[s] the effectiveness of statutory and regulatory flexibility for institutions of higher education that disburse Federal student aid.” How are the selected institutions, like Cuesta College, partnering with federal and state penal institutions to enroll roughly 12,000 incarcerated students, and how can CampusLogic help?
While students, institutions, and the world around us have evolved drastically, the award letter experience itself feels stuck in the past. Amy Glynn, CampusLogic's VP of FinAid and Community Initiatives, shares thoughts on why that needs to change.
In August Financial Aid Offices found out from the Department of Education that they would be responsible for managing conflicts identified in tax data across aid years. A.K.A.: a 399 Comment Code. We’re thrilled to announce that 399 Workbench will do the heavy lifting for you. All of it. Here’s why we built it.
It’s hard to believe that it was over a month ago that we were in Washington, D.C. at NASFAA’s national conference. It feels like just yesterday! In honor of one of our favorite hashtags, #throwbackThursday, we asked our team members to reflect on their NASFAA conference experiences.