In part four of this four-part series, CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby and Utah State University CIO Eric Hawley talk about Hawley’s favorite EdTech vendors: who they are, what they do, and why he loves them.
In part three of this four-part series, CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby and Utah State University CIO Eric Hawley talk about the role of vendors in the IT ecosystem, and what Hawley wishes vendor would do more of.
In part two of this four-part series, CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby and Utah State University CIO Eric Hawley talk about the best way to partner with business units looking to bring in EdTech solutions.
In part one of this four-part series, CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby introduces Utah State University CIO Eric Hawley. The duo talk candidly about early adoption of technology, the importance of simplicity, and how software-as-a-service (SaaS) enables business users to go anywhere, anytime.
In August Financial Aid Offices found out from the Department of Education that they would be responsible for managing conflicts identified in tax data across aid years. A.K.A.: a 399 Comment Code. We’re thrilled to announce that 399 Workbench will do the heavy lifting for you. All of it. Here’s why we built it.
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.
Technology is helping young adults build the world they want to live in. They see it as a tool for social change—and they know change doesn’t have to come from the top anymore. Mobile devices have taught youth an important message: any voice has the potential to be heard. Is FinAid listening?
The Internet of Everything is coming to a campus near you. As more and more objects – from smartphones to smart appliances – come online, college administration needs to get ready.
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.