NPCs are federally required on all college websites. But they’re often uploaded and forgotten. In this blog series, CampusLogic Regional Director Matt Summer explores best practices to help drive enrollment.
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.
Constantly being asked to do more with less? Trying to drive performance—including enrollment yield, student engagement, and FinAid completion rates? Our latest on-demand WebClinic is tailor-made for you! See how our platform helps Enrollment and Financial Aid offices work together along the student journey.
Our CEO, Gregg Scoresby, is a huge fan of collaboration, teamwork, and networking—especially when it comes to higher education and our mission to change lives. He found that winning combination at Knowlura. In this third of three articles, the conversation is centered on what makes an online degree program successful.
Our CEO, Gregg Scoresby, is a huge fan of collaboration, teamwork, and networking—especially when it comes to higher education and our mission to change lives. He found that winning combination at Knowlura, a company that develops online education strategies for the non-traditional student market.
A strong financial aid communications strategy speaks volumes about your school when prospective students are considering their choices, says Amy Glynn, our VP of Community. She offers these four tips for engaging students when, where, and how they prefer to communicate.
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.
Enrollment professionals who are @NACAC16-bound, read on for more about why you should stop by Booth 1017 and why our NACAC session “Game Changing Award Letters” is a must-see!
Academic unpreparedness, front-loaded tuition, illness, level of indebtedness, unmanageable work/life balance; factors influencing student retention are complex and layered. Many retention challenges can be solved with transparent, clear financial aid services that improve financial literacy at every step.