Financial aid notifications are the gateway to $240 billion in federal and state funding for higher education. Download this infographic for ways to make them more informative, less confusing, and more engaging!
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With old processes causing barriers for students and taking too long, SOU’s Director of Financial Aid turned to CampusLogic to overhaul everything.
CampusLogic surveyed 1,000 students, 750 parents & 230 financial aid experts, asking them to share the terminology & dollar amounts they found unclear, as well as why, on financial aid notifications
CampusLogic releases CampusCommunicator (formerly AwardLetter) with a focus on the product’s extended capabilities that simplify and clarify financial aid offers and drive student financial success.
Highly Personalized, Multi-Media Communications Deliver Superior Student Experience and Engagement
CampusCommunicator (formerly AwardLetter) provides institutions with dynamic, branded financial aid communications. What started as a product for sending financial aid award notifications has expanded
Optimized and mobile responsive, CampusCommunicator meets students where they are: on the go, on any device. Provide the best student experience by delivering personalized, dynamic content.
AwardLetter by CampusLogic makes managing all financial aid communications easy for California institutions—and engaging for students. Chris Jordan explains >
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
Sending upwards of 20,000 paper award letters a year, Ivy Tech needed a better solution to standardize student comms across 19 campuses.
Video advising drives engagement and understanding. COO Chris Chumley explains how built-in financial aid videos can demystify a complex topic—right when students need them most.
Swiping on phones and tablets since birth (almost), Gen-Z knows how to find what they want online—and they’re knocking at higher ed’s door. Is your office ready?
CampusLogic student financial success platform key to eliminating financial aid complexity across verification and notifications at Sewanee.
CSU East Bay is using CampusLogic to drive student success & get their financial aid office out of the weeds. “We’re able to meet with students more…launch more outreach campaigns…do more workshops.”
New studies are inspiring new ways of thinking about how student-centric, mobile-friendly award letters truly drive responsible borrowing. Will your award letters pass a best-practices assessment?
Can we blame them if we’re not mobile? By Amy Glynn The debate about the ‘digital distraction’ technology causes in the classroom isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
“We’ve easily improved our award letter-production efficiency by, at-minimum, 50%,” says Andrea Van Horn Del Vacchio, Director of Financial Aid at Neumann University.
Concordia University, St. Paul sends mobile AwardLetters to 100% of aid recipients & improved process efficiencies by 90%.
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.
Shopping Sheets are intended to provide consumer protection for students who receive financial aid. Leverage this highly effective tool to drive student engagement and improve financial literacy.
VP Amy Glynn was published in the “Student Aid Perspectives” section of the NASFAA newsletter. In it, she points to research showing that loan letters are helping to curb borrowing.