Want to encourage your team to feel safe when sharing new ideas and thoughts? Chrisy Woll, VP of Customer Success at CampusLogic shares how five little words helped build on the culture of innovation and creativity at CampusLogic.
Student and parent feedback on award letters resulted in NASFAA adding new recommendations to their code of conduct. Here are four easy steps to ensure you’re integrating those recommendations into your award letter strategy.
November 13 is World Kindness Day, a day dedicated to paying-it-forward and focusing on the good. One of our core values at CampusLogic is 'We are nice and take care of each other,' so it's easy to see this is a day we're fans of. Read on for why we try to be kind every day.
National College Application Month will be honored every November, thanks to a new proclamation from President Obama. Read on for more about National College Application Month, suggestions on how to celebrate it, and thoughts on where we go from here.
Improved efficiency and increased student financial literacy are the new normal at Neumann University, thanks to their easy, mobile, personalized AwardLetter. Hear from Neumann’s Director of Financial Aid Andrea Van Horn Del Vacchio on how CampusLogic was key to her success.
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?