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.
Our CEO, Gregg Scoresby, is a huge fan of collaboration, teamwork, and networking—especially when it comes to higher education and our mission to change lives. He found that winning combination at Knowlura, a company that develops online education strategies for the non-traditional student market.
"We love our customers and they know it” is one of our core values. What better way to show our love than by giving our customers valuable support tools for FREE! VP of Customer Success, Chrisy Woll, is on the blog today with more ideas about how to make the most of these resources in 2017.
When was the last time a company developed something specifically for you that positively impacted your daily job? That’s what we did when we created 399 Workbench to help smooth out those tough days (and nights) comparing ISIRs and finding discrepancies…
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.
When the DFA at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga heard about the potential for headaches arising from conflicting “prior-prior year” income information—she turned to CampusLogic for help. Here’s how her team went from “up to our ears in 399s” to a streamlined, efficient process that helps keep students in school.
Gratitude journaling can make your life better in so many ways. CEO, Gregg Scoresby is a big fan and practitioner. He offers these suggestions so you can try it, too.
WE HAVE INTERNS, YES WE DO! WE HAVE INTERNS! HOW ABOUT YOU? CampusLogic is made even better by our awesome interns—college students who are called upon every day (when they're not in class) to step onto the field as starters, providing incredible support and a unique view. Today, meet intern Maddy Ryan, editorial assistant.
First released by the Department of Education in 2013, Shopping Sheets are intended to provide consumer protection for students who receive financial aid. Learn how—and why—you should leverage this highly effective tool to drive student engagement and improve financial literacy.