CampusLogic Student Financial Success Platform Named SIIA Education Technology 2019 CODiE Award Finalist in Two Categories

May 9, 2019

StudentForms and  ScholarshipUniverse are finalists in the industry’s only peer-reviewed awards program 

PHOENIX, AZ, May 9, 2019— CampusLogichigher education’s only integrated student financial success platform, today announced that two of its products—StudentFormsSM and ScholarshipUniverseTM—are SIIA Education Technology 2019 CODiE Award finalists. Recognizing excellence and innovation in technology, the CODiE Awards is the only peer-recognized, peer-reviewed awards program in education and business technology.  

“Enabling student financial success is critical to empowering students to achieve academic success, and ultimately, career success, says Allison Duquette, chief revenue officer at CampusLogic. “Schools will never fully solve the student success problem until they make a strategic commitment to an end-to-end financial success program that can be personalized for each student’s unique needs, incorporating technology that can meet the student exactly where they are in the process, 24/7. Our mission at CampusLogic is to empower colleges and universities with technology that helps improve student access, inform borrowing decisions, and increase student completion.”  

StudentForms is a 2019 SIIA CODiE Award finalist in the Education Technology, Best Administrative Solution category. StudentForms simplifies financial aid processes—like verification, professional judgments, and satisfactory academic progress (SAP) appeals. A digital portal enables financial aid professionals to manage tasks, review files, and automate student communications via text and email—drastically reducing the time spent chasing paperwork. Students can upload documents from any mobile device, eliminating burdensome faxing or manual scanning and indexing of documents. Higher education institutions using StudentForms decrease financial aid cycle time by as much as 90%, along with improving staff morale and facilitating financial wellness. 

ScholarshipUniverse is a 2019 SIIA CODiE Award finalist in the Education Technology, Best Emerging Education Technology Solution for Administrators category. Flexible enough to meet the needs of decentralized processes across colleges, departments, and foundations, ScholarshipUniverse streamlines all aspects of scholarship management and automates follow-up communications. With a single source for institutional and vetted external scholarships, ScholarshipUniverse’s proprietary adaptive matching engine identifies relevant scholarships tailored to each student’s unique goals and life situation, thereby eliminating student “scholarship search fatigue.” The entire scholarship application process—essay submissions, recommendation requests, deadline reminders—is easily managed from a single, mobile portal. 

The SIIA CODiE Awards are the premier awards for the software and information industries and have recognized product excellence for more than 30 years. The awards offer 76 categories that are organized by industry focus of education technology and business technology. “The 2019 CODIE Award finalists represent the finest in innovation and creativity in educational technology,” said President Jeff Joseph at SIIA. “These breakthrough products are opening doors for learners of all ages by developing and utilizing new technologies to respond to diverse student and educator needs.”  

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