Product manager Michael Macias once led a team of financial aid counselors. Now, he’s taking a deep dive into the analytics behind student financial services. Read on for his insights on file-review cycle times.
Think of your award letter emails as a marketing campaign—and measure their effectiveness with data provided from CampusMetrics.
If you decided to use text messaging to keep students on track during the financial aid process, would they be more engaged? Find out in our Insight of the Month.
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.
With data, your institutional intelligence is showing. The Department of Education is moving toward more regular, comprehensive FinAid data collection next year. With the powerful insights in CampusMetrics, Financial Aid Offices can learn more about the numbers behind their numbers —right now.
Think of how predictive analytics could impact access to financial aid, help reduce borrowing, or cut the costs of administration. Financial aid professionals are uniquely qualified to take advantage of analytics—and to use predictive analytics to drive success across an institution.
Many FinAid offices and higher education institutions are making crucial decisions on enrollment strategies, efficiency tactics, and student experience initiatives based on assumptions, not data and insights. These resources, originally presented at NASFAA's 2016 conference, can help you tap into your data and make decisions based on your unique facts.
A data-driven, insight fueled solution to help you prepare your FinAid office for the future is here. This week we highlight how insights can help you plan effective verification resources, and know who will be able to use the DRT.
Wish you had a crystal ball to predict how your FinAid office should plan for changes? No problem! Our ISIR insights help you be proactive, not reactionary, in your approach to PPY, early FAFSA, and transitioning out of QA program status.