Five key financial barriers that make college students call it quits

We know financial barriers are the leading reason students do not enroll or stay in college, especially low-income and first generation students. From socioeconomic environment to complexities in the financial aid process, there are several issues that create and exacerbate the unique obstacles keeping students from starting and completing their degree. Don't let confusion caused by your financial aid pipeline lead prospective students to your competitors, or worse, cause them to give up on college altogether. 

In our eBook, 5 key financial barriers that make college students call it quits, you'll learn about each of the financial barriers, and how to remove them.

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