Empower More Effective Financial Aid Communications.
Communicating with students isn’t easy. In fact, it was one of the biggest financial aid hurdles noted in a recent survey of financial aid officers. Students and parents struggle to understand financial aid, and the terms of their awards—like the difference between grants and loans, subsidized or unsubsidized, or even the total cost of attendance. It’s confusing enough that some students just give up.
Drive Efficiency in All FinAid Communications.
Static, black and white award letters from your SIS are ineffective—and only address one critical touchpoint along the student communication lifecycle. AwardLetter empowers more effective financial aid communications across the student lifecycle: award letters, debt letters, shopping sheets, and more. Simplify financial aid communication management and reporting with AwardLetter’s template gallery, automatic delivery, and pre-built analytics.
Mobile Communications: What Students Really Want.
Optimized and mobile responsive, AwardLetter meets students where they are: on the go, on any device. Provide the best student experience by delivering personalized, dynamic content by student and program type. Empower the right decision, student-by-student, with continual personalized communications.
What You Get.
Choose from Multiple Communication Templates.
Use our template gallery to send Award Letters and Revisions, Debt and Loan Letters, CFPB Shopping Sheets, Initial Welcome FA Applicants, Anticipated/Unofficial Award Notices, Multi-Year Financial Plans, and more.
“Over the years, our students have reported having trouble understanding their award letter or even finding their award letter within the student portal, as well as deciphering what it all means, which leads to questions at the counter and phone calls. We were impressed by the ability to embed videos, provide useful and relevant information on a single screen, and in a format that is intuitive to today’s learner.”
“One of CampusLogic’s software solutions [AwardLetter] is a driving force behind WGU’s extremely successful Responsible Borrowing Initiative. The Initiative allowed us to reduce WGU student borrowing by $93 million the first year, even while our enrollment grew by 18 percent.”