3 Tips To A Better Award Letter – Part 3

3 Tips to a Better Award Letter – Part 3

  • August 14, 2015

In the previous two blogs of this series, we discussed two other effective wants to improve your award letter: Tip #1. Implement a visually appealing design and use multimedia Tip #2. Send a digital award letter In both blogs we…

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3 Tips To A Better Award Letter – Part 2

3 Tips to a Better Award Letter – Part 2

  • August 13, 2015

In the first blog of this series, we discussed how a visually appealing award letter can encourage students to choose your school as they are considering more than one institution. In this article, we will discuss how changes to your…

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3 Tips To A Better Award Letter – Part 1

3 Tips to a Better Award Letter – Part 1

  • August 12, 2015

Award letters are such an expected part of the financial aid process that it’s easy to overlook their potential value. For many schools, the award letter is simply a black and white document that notifies the student of his or…

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9 Tips for Handling Parent and Student Complaints

  • May 29, 2015

One of the most challenging parts of a college financial aid adviser's job is being on the receiving end of fallout from parents and their college-bound offspring. Sometimes it’s justified, more often it’s not, but life isn't always fair. Explaining that fact…

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5 Sites Every Financial Aid Professional Should Bookmark

5 Sites Every Financial Aid Professional Should Bookmark

  • May 8, 2015

I understand not everyone lives and dies by their bookmarks bar like certain content marketers, but let's face it, financial aid (FA) professionals could use some support, right? Financial aid is complex, challenging and ever-changing. So whether you bookmark the…

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Exit Counseling: What, How And Why

Exit Counseling: What, How and Why

  • April 6, 2015

When higher education students who received federal loans graduate, drop below the minimum number of required credit hours or withdraw from school, they are required to complete exit counseling. Often this entails the student reading a bunch of dry explanations online,…

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