Clear Disparity: Award Letter Research Report
Every year, more than $240 billion in federal and state aid is available to students to support their higher education pursuits, and financial aid award letters are the primary way students and families get crucial information regarding eligibility and access to funding. CampusLogic's research report "Clear Disparity" shows that students and families are more confused than ever.
Clear Disparity: There Is a Wide Disparity Between What Experts and Consumers Believe
There is a clear disparity between what financial aid experts, students, and parents find to be unclear in award letters. A new CampusLogic data report delivers fresh insights.
The Hard Truth: What We’re Doing to Solve Award Letter Confusion Isn’t Good Enough
Amy Glynn, VP of Student Financial Success, offers recommendations for higher education institutions to make comprehension of financial aid notifications clearer for students and parents.
(Higher Learning Advocates) What Confuses Students and Parents About Award Letters Will Surprise You—And That’s the Problem
Higher Learning Advocates highlights CampusLogic's latest research report, Clear Disparity, as part of recent "Rethinking Financial Aid" series. Read more >
Clear Disparity: Consumers Find Things Unclear for Different Reasons
Clear Disparity, CampusLogic's recent research report, shows that based on household income, age, and race, student and parent survey respondents found different parts of award letter unclear.
Clear Disparity: Many Consumers Find Both Dollar Amounts and Wording Unclear
Understanding award letters is crucial to students making informed decisions about where to attend and how much to responsibly borrow. CampusLogic's data report reveals new insights.
(NASFAA) Financial Aid Offers: There Are Disparities in Who Is Confused and About What
NASFAA highlights Clear Disparity, CampusLogic's recent research report that investigated consumer confusion among students and parents with award letter notifications.
Clear Disparity: People Financial Aid Notifications Are Most Intended for Understand Them the Least
Students and parents who stand to benefit most from clearly presented options about higher education financing choices are the ones who seem to struggle the most with financial aid award letters.
CampusLogic Data Report Outlines Clear Disparity in Student Award Letter Comprehension
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