How Top Colleges Can Attract Smart (if Low-Income) Students

How Top Colleges Can Attract Smart (if Low-Income) Students

  • January 12, 2015

Even as colleges work harder to build racially and economically diverse classes, many are struggling to find qualified applicants from low-income households. A recent study from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that, of low-income students with ACT scores…

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4 Tips For Better Student Engagement

4 Tips for Better Student Engagement

  • January 8, 2015

It’s hard to watch students you care about miss deadlines, lose out on financial aid opportunities or leave FAFSA applications incomplete. This behavior sets them up for later hardships such as an incomplete education or defaulted loans. As you know,…

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Roadmap To Reducing Your School’s Default Rate

Roadmap to Reducing Your School’s Default Rate

  • January 7, 2015

The Post-Secondary Loan Crisis More than one in ten students who entered repayment in financial year 2011 have defaulted on their loans. According to the U.S. Department of Education, the recently released three-year federal student loan cohort default rate –…

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Top 10 Reads Of 2014 By CampusLogic

Top 10 Reads of 2014 by CampusLogic

  • December 31, 2014

Amid all the vague, recycled, re-purposed articles that clog the Internet are true gems for every industry and interest, including financial aid. These rare articles give proven advice, inform and educate and may even make you laugh - in other words they have…

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2015 Must-Attend Events In Financial Aid

2015 Must-Attend Events in Financial Aid

  • December 29, 2014

Get your calendar primed and ready because the upcoming year has a full docket of informative conferences for financial aid directors and administrators. We've compiled events for the national, regional and larger state associations, SIS conferences and events related to…

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Education: A Gift Worth Giving

Education: A Gift Worth Giving

  • December 24, 2014

Financial aid grants so many students otherwise unattainable access to college. Many of us, myself included, have financial aid resources to thank for our college degrees. But behind the money is an equally powerful driving force - financial aid staff.…

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Get Free Financial Aid Tips, Tools And Tech News

Get Free Financial Aid Tips, Tools and Tech News

  • December 22, 2014

#humblebrag moment... CampusLogic is proud to have created self-service software that increases borrower understanding, encourages less borrowing and simplifies the financial aid process for everyone involved. Our platforms are designed to increase school compliance, lower cost, enhance security and improve the student…

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Uniting The Financial Aid And Admissions Offices

Uniting the Financial Aid and Admissions Offices

  • December 19, 2014

If the financial aid and admissions departments refuse to share resources, support each other’s job duties and work together toward a common purpose, the college’s goal of serving students becomes difficult to accomplish. When it comes to serving the best…

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Why Self-service Should Be Colleges’ Top Priority

Why Self-service Should Be Colleges’ Top Priority

  • December 17, 2014

We are a self-service society, especially Millennials. Born between 1980 and 2000, this generation prizes digital self-service more than ever before. Statistics show 72.5% of Millennials prefer a website for information over a call center. Since Millennials comprise most of…

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