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Complex processes are causing students to get lost on the financial aid journey, often dropping out or over-borrowing. They can’t figure out how much your institution costs, how they’ll pay for school, or how to stay in school. This confusion leads your prospective students to your competitors, or worse, causes them to give up on college altogether. CampusLogic’s award-winning platform smooths the way—for your students and your staff.Explore Platform
7 in 10 families may eliminate your college due to perceived cost alone.
More than 65% of high-debt borrowers are confused by some aspect of their loan.
40% of financial aid professionals say the biggest barrier to being data driven is no time to analyze data.
A scholarship of just $500 can influence where a student enrolls, yet thousands of dollars go unused every year due to poor scholarship management.
40% of low-income students who are accepted into college never enroll because of financial aid complexity.
VirtualAdvisor personalizes FA information 24/7, driving efficiency while giving students immediate responses.
The Student Financial Success Technology Conference happens March 4 and 5, 2020 in Tempe, Arizona!
Schools rank applying for scholarships as the easiest step in the financial aid process. Listen to why students disagree.
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 CampusCommunicator has to embed videos, provide useful and relevant information on a single screen, and in a format that is intuitive to today’s learner.
We now have a scholarship platform that matches them to things they would not even THINK they would qualify for. It’s so much better than the days when they’d have to fill out hundreds of applications and sort through scams and spam.
We’ve moved from answering one-off questions to having more in-depth conversations. Now when students call, we’re discussing things like, which loans are better for which students, how they qualify for them, and how much to borrow for a Parent PLUS Loan. We can have more educational and in-depth conversations.
Nearly 3 million students drop out of higher education every year for reasons related to finances. Intentional, sustained investment in automation, advising, and analytics are essential to solving this problem and maximizing the life-changing potential of higher education.Join the Movement
Learn how artificial intelligence throughout ScholarshipUniverse simplifies the journey for students, staff, and scholarship committees.Read Article
Timing truly is everything when it comes to filing a FAFSA. Carlo Salerno, VP of Research, shares thoughts on new report that highlights patterns in FAFSA filings during 2018-19 aid year.Read Article
Our CEO Gregg Scoresby is always on the go. We love when he’s back in the office, because it gives us a chance to chat with him. Read on for our sit-down with Gregg where we talked about the ABC's...Read Article
A firm that provides college financial aid tools has secured the largest 2020 funding round for any U.S. ed tech, as Microsoft invests in an aspiring competitor of Google.
CampusLogic, a Phoenix, AZ-based education technology company, received a $120m minority investment.
CampusLogic — one of the fastest-growing educational technology companies — announced that Dragoneer Investment Group has made a $120 million minority investment in the company.
Edtech startup CampusLogic has received a $120 million investment from Dragoneer Investment Group.
This massive influx of $120 million in fresh capital is the largest cash infusion ever for the Valley company, coming from an investor with holdings in several major tech players. Armed with the new funding, the company is heading out yet again on the acquisition trail.
CampusLogic receives a $120 million minority investment from Dragoneer; focus on new product development will continue to grow the student financial success category.
The biggest venture funding round of 2020 so far for a U.S. education technology startup goes to a provider of financial-aid tools for higher-ed institutions.
The Phoenix-based company provides financial tools and resources to help the 15 million students who attend colleges and universities understand the processes that often create barriers to student enrollment, engagement and retention, CampusLogic CEO Gregg Scoresby told Crunchbase News.
About a month ago, I wrote about the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Not only did the incident spark a wide, societal conversation around racism, it also launched one about racial inequality in corporations and venture capital firms.
CampusLogic has acquired RaiseMe, a social enterprise expanding access to higher education, especially among low-income and first-generation students.
CampusLogic, higher education’s student financial success category leader, today announces the broad release of its newest product, VirtualAdvisor
CampusLogic’s standout employee engagement and vibrant culture landed the company on Inc. magazine's Best Workplaces list for 2020.
More than 100 colleges and universities in California have now implemented CampusLogic products to help them empower student financial success. Offices are streamlined & modernized.
CampusLogic hosts CouchCon, a three-day virtual conference for financial aid professionals that offers four daily professional development sessions.
CampusLogic announced that Darren Steele has joined the organization as Chief Marketing Officer, bringing more than 25 years of creative and strategic leadership to the company.
CampusLogic is named a finalist in the prestigious SIIA Education Technology 2020 CODiE Awards for VirtualAdvisor and StudentForms in categories of Best EdTech Solution & Best Administrative Solution.
CampusLogic, in conjunction with Gallup, just released a critical survey outlining the link between financial aid and student decisions in higher education.
CampusLogic Customer Success Team received a Silver Stevie Award for their dedication to delivering top-tier, ongoing service to every customer.
CampusLogic announces its partnership with New York’s Commission of Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) to provide student-centric technology proven to streamline student financial success.
ScholarshipUniverse, CampusLogic’s fastest growing product, receives new features and functionality for even more sophisticated scholarship matching.
21 Jan 2020 More than 250 higher education leaders and influencers gather to share best practices for investing in student financial success at their institutions The post EmpowerED20 Speakers...
Virtual, interactive professional community and website promote collaboration and best practices in higher education
Sophisticated cloud-based software supports institution’s mission of ‘Building a Better Brockport’ with sustainable, proactive, green processes and practices that drive student engagement
1,639% Revenue Growth Attributed to Sustained Focus on Student Financial Success Technology
Students and parents speak out about confusion regarding financial options.
Innovative and secure crowdfunding technology helps institutions scale student support
Highly Personalized, Multi-Media Communications Deliver Superior Student Experience and Engagement
Helping schools change lives propels Arizona’s fastest-growing software company to the top two years in a row.
Adoption of award-winning, cloud-based student financial success platform continues to accelerate in colleges and universities across the US.
Strategic partners share a commitment to improving access to higher education through innovative solutions and enhanced transparency.
CampusLogic Student Financial Success Platform earns prestigious industry recognition.
Premiering at 2019 NASFAA National Conference, VirtualAdvisor seamlessly melds Microsoft® technology with CampusLogic’s deep industry knowledge to drive student financial success nationwide.
SIIA Education Technology CODiE Awards recognizes student financial success leader for innovation and creativity in educational technology.
EdTech Awards recognizes student financial success leader for outstanding contributions in transforming education through technology to enrich the lives of learners everywhere.
Rebranded SponsoredScholar, the technology offers broad applications including fundraising for tuition, scholarships, and eventually student loan repayment.
Analysis finds students with different backgrounds file at different times, and that older students and lower-income students file later than younger and higher-income students, impacting aid received.
Ed tech innovators, higher education leaders, and industry insiders join forces on technology’s potential to drive student success at inaugural Arizona conference.
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission selects CampusLogic to streamline student financial services.
Multimedia Award Letters Drive Better Borrowing Decisions for Students and Families.
CampusLogic announced today the appointment of Carlo Salerno, Ph.D., as Vice President of Research.
Student financial services software leader ranks 181 on Inc. 500 list.