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Thousands of scholarship dollars are going to waste every day—institutional and external—because students can’t find scholarships they match with. Flipping through binders full of paper scholarship opportunities that “might” be available aren’t working for you or your students.Learn More
Automate communications to let students know of critical tasks that need to be completed so you don’t have to chase down important paperwork or documents.
A scholarship of as little as $500 can be the difference between a student choosing your school over your competitors. Leverage both institutional and external scholarship dollars to help drive completion.
Boost enrollment by connecting students with individually matched scholarship opportunities from one, single source of fully-vetted internal and external scholarships.
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.
Our goal across the D’Youville community is to make sure students know ScholarshipUniverse will continually search and match them to relevant scholarship opportunities—so students can get back to focusing on their academics, on working, on life.
Implementing ScholarshipUniverse was the best decision we ever made, and the best feelings of accomplishment followed!
ScholarshipUniverse, CampusLogic’s fastest growing product, receives new features and functionality for even more sophisticated scholarship matching.Read Article
ScholarshipUniverse gives D’Youville students a tailored, mobile-friendly scholarship search experience all in one place.Read Article
Amy Glynn, CampusLogic VP of Student Financial Success, discusses the importance of matching to help students win scholarships to fund their education.Read Article
A scholarship of just $500 can influence where a student enrolls, yet thousands of dollars go unused every year due to poor scholarship management.Request Demo