Step Up and Stay in EnrollmentSherpa-Shape at NACAC


Step up your NACAC 2017 game by registering for the Imagine Fund Step Challenge. If you didn’t sign up when you registered for the National Conference, September 14­–16, you can join in when you arrive onsite in Boston.

Proud Step Challenge Sponsors

CampusLogic is proud to sponsor this friendly competition. One-hundred percent of your $40 registration fee goes directly to the NACAC Imagine Fund, which provides financial assistance to fellow #EnrollmentSherpas for innovative campus admissions programs, continuing education, and attendance at upcoming conferences. We support access to education as part of the ABCs of student finance, so it only makes sense to sponsor a program that benefits you and your students.

Accept the challenge, and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a free NACAC 2018 registration. Then, start stepping to earn more entries. Pledge to take 50,000 steps over the three-day event and you’ll earn ribbons and medals along the way.

You’ll be in great company, too: Our team has already signed up—and will be counting steps and tweeting out milestones from @CampusLogic.

Make Every Step Count

In the exhibit hall, take your first few steps over to Booth #706, to see how our easy, mobile, personalized student financial services platform improves engagement and boosts enrollment yield.

We’re excited to support this event—because we understand that shaping the future, one student at a time, is a step-by-step process.

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