Amy Glynn, VP Financial Aid & Community Initiatives

We mean it when we say “built by FinAid pros for FinAid pros,” and Amy is proof. She joined the CampusLogic executive team in 2013, after working nearly 10 years in Financial Aid offices around the country—from Albany to Albuquerque. While many of our coworkers also have experience in processing or servicing financial aid, Amy is our “spirit guide” in all FinAid compliance and community matters. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English Secondary Education from The College of St. Rose and a master’s degree in Higher Education from Walden University.

  • C is for Completion: Part 4 of The ABCs of Student Financial Success

    C is for Completion: Part 4 of The ABCs of Student Financial Success

    Students face a number of significant obstacles while finishing their postsecondary degree. VP Amy Glynn shares the ways those obstacles can be eliminated before college even begins.

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  • Capitalize on the Magic of NASFAA: Don’t Miss These Sessions

    Capitalize on the Magic of NASFAA: Don’t Miss These Sessions

    Put these NASFAA sessions on your radar and make the most of the biggest financial aid conference of 2019 >

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  • Welcome to The Future: Financial Aid AI

    Welcome to The Future: Financial Aid AI

    Financial Aid AI is disrupting how institutions are recruiting, educating, supporting, and retaining students—and it’s a win-win for everyone.

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  • How the City College of San Francisco helps under-represented students succeed

    How the City College of San Francisco helps under-represented students succeed

    Guillermo Villanueva, City College of San Francisco’s Dean of Financial Aid & Student Success, talks with CampusLogic’s Amy Glynn about helping under-represented students realize their dreams.

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  • B is for Borrowing: Part 3 of The ABCs of Student Financial Success

    B is for Borrowing: Part 3 of The ABCs of Student Financial Success

    VP Amy Glynn shares data and industry research supporting the importance of driving informed borrowing in the third installment of her four-part series on the ABCs of Student Financial Success

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  • National Scholarship Month Resources

    National Scholarship Month Resources

    If you’ve been wondering what's been keeping your scholarship team so busy in May, or December, we’ve got you covered. Check out this complete list of key dates.

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  • A Is for Access: Part 2 of the ABCs of Student Financial Success

    A Is for Access: Part 2 of the ABCs of Student Financial Success

    Higher education is often considered the gateway to the American Dream. But not everyone has the same access. VP Amy Glynn shares industry research about the importance of accessibility.

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  • Opportunities to Simplify and Streamline Verification

    Opportunities to Simplify and Streamline Verification

    Amy Glynn shares her tips for simplifying and streamlining verification. Download 2019-20 Verification Worksheets—complete with updated dates.

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  • New IRS Tax Transcript Changes: What You Need to Know

    New IRS Tax Transcript Changes: What You Need to Know

    New changes to the IRS Tax Transcript mean changes for your financial aid office. Amy Glynn explains what this means for CampusLogic customers.

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  • The ABCs of Student Financial Success: Accessibility, Borrowing, Completion

    The ABCs of Student Financial Success: Accessibility, Borrowing, Completion

    Amy Glynn, VP of Financial Aid and Community, provides insights into the ABCs of Student Financial Success and why they are the driving force of everything CampusLogic does.

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  • Verification Melt Is Trending for All the Wrong Reasons

    Verification Melt Is Trending for All the Wrong Reasons

    Ensuring students aren’t falling into the verification melt is key to pursuing their education. Amy Glynn shares why simplifying the FAFSA may not be the best solution.

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  • Block Predatory Scholarship Scams with a Vetted Database

    Block Predatory Scholarship Scams with a Vetted Database

    Identifying scholarship providers who have ulterior motives (vaping? Fees?) is getting harder. Our vetted external scholarship database makes it easy for schools to provide relevant, trusted options.

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  • NASFAA 2018: Fun, Funner, and Funnest Sessions

    NASFAA 2018: Fun, Funner, and Funnest Sessions

    Veteran NASFAA Conference attendee, Amy Glynn, offers insights and highlights about this annual event. She's compiled a list of #awesome sessions to attend ranked by fun, funner, and funnest.

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  • What Financial Aid REALLY Feels Like: A Former Foster Student’s Experience

    What Financial Aid REALLY Feels Like: A Former Foster Student’s Experience

    Edmundo Saavedra knows first-hand the challenges facing students in the foster care system—especially when it comes to accessing and completing higher education—and he has a few ideas for solutions.

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  • National Foster Care Month: Spotlight on College Completion Crisis

    National Foster Care Month: Spotlight on College Completion Crisis

    Over 400,000 children in foster care will face unique challenges accessing and completing higher education. VP of FinAid Amy Glynn sits down with CEO Gregg Scoresby to talk about solutions.

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  • How Houston Community College Sets Students Up for Success

    How Houston Community College Sets Students Up for Success

    The FinAid team at Houston Community College strives to keep students in school—and in good financial health. JoEllen Soucier, Executive Director of Financial Aid, discusses how HCC supports students.

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  • Community College Perceptions: Behind the Statistics

    Community College Perceptions: Behind the Statistics

    Driving the ABCs of student finance at a community college requires innovation and keeping the focus on students. In this blog series, community college leaders share their experiences and insights.

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  • Mrs. Glynn Goes to Washington—How to Advocate for the HEA

    Mrs. Glynn Goes to Washington—How to Advocate for the HEA

    "If you're like me, the idea of advocating in D.C. is nerve-racking. As a perfectionist—like many FinAid pros—it’s hard to enter situations with so many unknowns." VP Amy Glynn has 5 tips for success.

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  • How to Improve Our Education and Funding Model

    How to Improve Our Education and Funding Model

    As Senate hearings on the HEA reauthorization continue, CampusLogic VP Amy Glynn sees an opportunity to fix a broken system. She explains how in a recent letter to senators Alexander and Murray.

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  • Financial Aid Simplification Is No Replacement for Accountability

    Financial Aid Simplification Is No Replacement for Accountability

    Instead of eliminating financial aid programs and harming the neediest aid recipients, VP Amy Glynn suggests focusing on accountability and cost. Read her insights from the recent HELP hearing.

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