Higher Ed’s Student Financial Success Podcast Returns for Second Season

PHOENIX, March 2, 2022CampusLogic, higher education’s leader in Student Financial Success, today announces the second season of its podcast, The Higher Ed Shift. Hosted by VP for Student Financial Success Amy Glynn, the podcast centers around the theme of Student Financial Success, which breaks through financial friction— the #1 blocker to degree completion in higher education.  

Amy Glynn, a former Director of Financial Aid and higher ed veteran, used the first season of the show to set the stage for higher ed leaders. Thoughtful interviews with higher ed practitioners, institutional leaders and industry changemakers were coupled with Glynn’s own perspective on the massive changes taking place across higher education. 

Season One episodes included: 

“My priority was to bring informative, exciting and diverse perspectives on the biggest financial challenges facing higher education,” Glynn said. “These schools are navigating uncharted challenges, and this podcast supplements their efforts to create an open dialogue as we help schools change lives.” 

Listeners in the upcoming season can expect to learn from guests including Mike Miller, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services at the University of California Santa Barbara and Tom Ellett, Chief Student Experience Officer at Quinnipiac University. Like the season that preceded it, season two will focus on how institutions can make the shift to Student Financial Success, which helps students cut through complexity, unlock every dollar and chart personal paths to degree completion.  

Listeners can subscribe to the podcast channel and get alerts when new episodes are released on a bi-weekly basis. Listeners can follow Amy on Twitter: @amyglynn15. Those who would like to be featured as guests on the podcast should email studentfinancialsuccess@campuslogic.com 

About CampusLogic  
CampusLogic delivers SaaS technology that helps hundreds of colleges and universities remove barriers in the financial aid process. A team of dedicated Student Financial Success professionals works with nearly 800 schools to increase enrollment, retention and graduation rates with the most comprehensive suite of student financial success products. CampusLogic has received multiple awards, which include the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Inc. 5000, SIIA CODiE Awards, and Education Technology Insights Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Solution Provider. To learn more about CampusLogic, visit https://www.campuslogic.com/.  


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