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.
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.
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.
It’s easy to mentally combine PPY and Early FAFSA into one bucket. Not only are they separate, but the positives and negatives of each are vastly different. How does one manage them simultaneously?
Prior-prior year and early FAFSA may affect recruitment efforts, provisional awards, student verification efforts and more for schools. Read on for how Utah State University is getting ready, and how they’ve been lobbying the state for support.
There may be a massive gap between what you think your students understand about base year information and what they actually comprehend. Let’s make it easier for them.
An essential part of preparing for any change is undertaking a risk assessment—have you sat down to think through the potential risks related to PPY?
PPY is less than six months away, is your FinAid office ready? Read on for how California-based Fullerton College is preparing, and what they suggest your school can do, too.
Students and their families are going to need your help wading through FAFSA and PPY information and separating fact from fiction. Tools and tips to define your effective frequency and get your message out in front of students await on this week’s PPY blog.