Think of your award letter emails as a marketing campaign—and measure their effectiveness with data provided from CampusMetrics.
If you knew that 85% of prospective students viewed their award letters at 7 p.m. on Thursdays, would that influence your outreach strategy? CampusMetrics makes your AwardLetter data instantly actionable.
Concordia University, St. Paul sends mobile AwardLetters to 100% of aid recipients & improved process efficiencies by 90%.
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.
“We’ve easily improved our award letter-production efficiency by, at-minimum, 50%,” says Andrea Van Horn Del Vacchio, Director of Financial Aid at Neumann University. Learn how AwardLetter by CampusLogic drastically improves efficiency, student financial literacy, and more.
Improved efficiency and increased student financial literacy are the new normal at Neumann University, thanks to their easy, mobile, personalized AwardLetter. Hear from Neumann’s Director of Financial Aid Andrea Van Horn Del Vacchio on how CampusLogic was key to her success.
AwardLetter is a student engagement engine empowering communication across the financial aid lifecycle. Opportunities for building a strong relationship with students during the financial aid process abound... and can have a dramatic impact on financial aid completion rates and enrollment.
At the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 2016 conference, Mark McGinnis, National Director for CampusLogic, presented award letter strategies to help enrollment professionals boost enrollment yield, drive financial literacy, reduce borrowing, improve the student experience, and more.
While students, institutions, and the world around us have evolved drastically, the award letter experience itself feels stuck in the past. Amy Glynn, CampusLogic's VP of FinAid and Community Initiatives, shares thoughts on why that needs to change.