Veteran FSA Training Conference attendee, Amy Glynn, offers insights and highlights about this annual event that seems like a holiday sandwiched among other holidays—but with a lot of serious financial aid talk.
Aside from C Code 399, recent changes to verification have been pretty benign. Until now. Amy Glynn breaks down what that means for your Financial Aid Office—and where to get more info.
Western Governors University has come under regulatory fire recently for its innovative distance-learning models. Maybe it’s time to rethink how student outcomes are measured.
CampusLogic is proud to be part of an open letter that encourages the preservation of DACA and legislation that creates a permanent solution for Dreamers. Here’s Amy Glynn’s perspective.
Successful communications start with collaboration between enrollment and financial aid—so students get “the right message at the right time.” Here’s how to ease tension between the two groups.
AB540 is a unique situation, and California Dreamers a very unique student population. Amy Glynn, our VP of Community, on why normalizing the AB540 process is needed.
Maryland bills HB509 and HB262 would require higher education institutions receiving state funding to send certain annual notices to students about their education loans. Amy Glynn weighs in on why this is a great thing.
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.
Amy Glynn, VP of Financial Aid and Community Initiatives, at CampusLogic was recently published in the “Student Aid Perspectives” section of the NASFAA newsletter. In it, she points to research showing that loan letters are helping to curb borrowing while keeping students…