FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
3 New Schools Join CampusLogic to Improve Student Aid with StudentVerification
Phoenix, Ariz. (March 6, 2015) – Today CampusLogic announced the signing of its three newest clients: Lenoir-Rhyne University, Hiram College and Franklin Pierce University. All schools have signed up for StudentVerification, a cloud-based software that automates the FAFSA verification and C-code resolution processes and enables mobile document submission for students. Current StudentVerification users have decreased verification processing times by 50 to 90 percent, while eliminating and increasing student satisfaction.
“I am thrilled to partner with CampusLogic as we seek to streamline our verification process and move toward a paperless student financial services environment. I am very much looking forward to having nearly 1,500 less pieces of paper come into my office for the 2015/16 cycle,” said Kenneth Ferreira, Executive Director of Student Financial Services at Franklin Pierce University.
Nick Jenkins, Director of Financial Aid at Lenoir-Rhyne University, added the following about StudentVerification, “It brings our verification processing online, which is clearly a space our families are familiar with, and it should help us improve how we communicate with families and how quickly and accurately we can serve them.”
Many schools still employ manual, largely paper-driven systems to handled financial aid, including the verification process. StudentVerification provides a student self-service portal where the entire verification process is managed digitally, facilitating student notifications, document collection, data validation and school communication. Previous CampusLogic customers have reduced verification processing times by 50 to 90 percent with StudentVerification. New SMS features will further decrease this cycle time.
CampusLogic delivers SaaS solutions for colleges and universities that decrease administrative costs, lower security risk and dramatically improve the student experience. CampusLogic is transforming the way schools provide financial aid and other student services, disrupting the $41 billion higher education market with solutions that fundamentally change the way business is done. For more information, visit www.campuslogic.com.