‘I make financial aid awesome!’ stickers have been part of the CampusLogic experience since the start. This year, we’re changing up the design to match our #FinAidSuperhero vibe. Stop by Booth #407 at NASFAA to get a copy of this year’s sticker for your collection!
Networking doesn’t have to mean breaking out of your shell. It doesn’t have to mean forcing yourself to be uncomfortable. It’s about finding ways to make navigating a crowd situation value-driven for yourself, and the business unit who invested in your attendance.
Federal financial aid has been a thread in the fabric of traditional brick-and-mortar higher education since 1958 - when the National Defense Student Loan Program (precursor to Perkins) was created. It wasn't until 2006 that schools with less than 50% of classes…
Learn about the 4 Agile values, tools and tips to optimize your FinAid office, and how you can improve the student experience. WGU's Associate Director of Financial Aid & Financial Services Agile Product Owner, Janie Leddy-Jones, discusses Agile principles and the school's responsible borrowing initiative.
Pull up multiple ISIRs for a student side-by-side, perform an audit, and automatically see a comparison screen with comprehensive results outlining discrepant and conflicting info. Quick, easy, and accurate.
NASFAA's 2016 Conference: Best practices. Industry leaders. Networking. Federal, industry, and school perspectives. It’s going to be a busy conference, here’s some information to help you plan.
Take steps to help State Representatives better understand what role they can play in the early FAFSA and PPY process—and why their involvement is crucial. This Open Letter State Advocacy Template, created in partnership with Mark Kantrowitz, can help.
A data-driven, insight fueled solution to help you prepare your FinAid office for the future is here. This week we highlight how insights can help you plan effective verification resources, and know who will be able to use the DRT.
Financial Aid professionals can (and should) use PPY and early FAFSA changes as an opportunity to reach out to area high schools. Helping college counselors better understand the changes on the horizon can smooth the way for incoming students.