Prospective students are begging for simplicity. They can’t figure out how much school costs—and that confusion leads them to the competitor with the clearest path.Learn More
Turn your net price calculator into a powerful recruiting tool by automatically capturing important student information.
The net price calculator is often the first encounter students have with your institution. Shouldn’t it be just as engaging as the rest of your student experience?
Your net price calculator can be so much more than a federal requirement. Leverage ClearCost to engage with students and get them into your enrollment funnel.
We needed to meet the overall expectations of our students. They don’t want paper anymore; they want to upload things. We needed to meet them there-rather than force them back to paper.
If you don’t have [mobile] types of service offerings, you really start to look like you’re behind the times. Students use mobile solutions in many areas of their lives; they’re comfortable operating there.
My staff was spending a lot of time creating award letters, but students were struggling to understand what they meant… The efficiency AwardLetter has brought system-wide, the improved student engagement-we believe the possibilities are endless.
Outsourcing just wasn’t student-friendly or simple for anyone… CampusLogic has empowered us. It put the process back in our hands, so we could serve our students best. It’s all done in a very clean, simple way.
It was just such an obvious win. Being able to get more information to students faster, with links, and via mobile. It was a no-brainer.
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