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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4 Creative Ways Students Can Pay For College

4 Creative Ways Students Can Pay for College

  • February 6, 2015

In these shifting economic times, college bound students now have many options when it comes to paying for college. Beyond federal and merit based aid, many students now have to come up with extra cash to cover the difference at…

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Top 10 Reads Of 2014 By CampusLogic

Top 10 Reads of 2014 by CampusLogic

  • December 31, 2014

Amid all the vague, recycled, re-purposed articles that clog the Internet are true gems for every industry and interest, including financial aid. These rare articles give proven advice, inform and educate and may even make you laugh - in other words they have…

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4 Reasons To Use Financial Aid Software

4 Reasons to Use Financial Aid Software

  • December 12, 2014

When I’m in a state of overwhelm, I’d take almost any solution someone offered to help me out of it. For some financial aid departments, overwhelm is a constant companion during peak season. Tracking financial aid compliance-data, ensuring accuracy, managing…

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Free 2015-16 Verification Worksheets Launched

Free 2015-16 Verification Worksheets Launched

  • December 11, 2014

Your job is challenging enough. Let us make it easier for you. Last year, as a courtesy to hard-working financial aid professionals, CampusLogic created 2014-15 Verification Worksheets available for free at www.VerificationWorksheet.com. Now, we've launched new 2015-16 Verification Worksheets. Download all…

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4 Tech Tips To Elevate Financial Aid Office Efficiency

4 Tech Tips to Elevate Financial Aid Office Efficiency

  • September 24, 2014

During the 2010-11 school year, federal and state governments, institutions and private entities provided more than $245 billion in grants, loans, work study, tax credits and deductions to our nation's college students. More students apply for and receive financial aid than…

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