Innovation costs money. In part 4 of this series, Director of Student Financial Aid Sonia Slomba talks about the ways Central State University drives innovation—without passing the cost on to students.
Not prepared to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day? Well, that’s kind of the point—randomness. But if you still want to plan ahead, here are Chief People Officer Stacie Mallen’s ideas for spreading kindness.
Students don't have to go into debt to fund their education. In Part Three of this series, Sonia Slomba of Central State University explains how her FinAid Office helps them make informed borrowing decisions.
You work tirelessly every day of the year to improve accessibility, reduce borrowing, and transform students’ lives. We're sending you an early Valentine's shout out—Thanks for all you do! Enjoy these FinAid valentines made with love by CampusLogic.
You want to buy new technology, but money is tight. Budget anxiety can feel daunting. Tips to help you conquer the anxiety, build your business case, and tell a story that everyone on your campus can get behind.
Frustrated by how much work it takes to get scholarship applications to the right reviewers—and managing those reviewers? This webinar is for you.
Sonia Slomba, Director of Financial Aid at Central State University, talks about accessibility and the school’s commitment to helping students explore funding sources to make informed decisions.
In this four-part series, Central State University Director of Financial Aid Sonia Slomba shares thoughts on life at CSU, an HBCU’s unique challenges, and the ABCs of student finance.
Ideas about improving customer success keep Chrisy Woll up at night. If you’re concerned about student success, you can probably relate. Our VP of Customer Success offers tips to help you rest easy in 2018.