5 Verification Updates You Need to Know About
Aside from C Code 399, recent changes to verification have been pretty benign. Until now. Amy Glynn breaks ...
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How CSU East Bay Kicked Financial Aid Backlog—and Burnout—to the Curb
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.”
2018 Legislative Changes Impacting California Institutions
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Welcome to The Future: Financial Aid AI
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Sewanee Eliminates Financial Aid Complexity And Drives Student Financial Success with CampusLogic
CampusLogic student financial success platform key to eliminating financial aid complexity across verification and notifications at Sewanee.
Free Award Letter Assessment
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5 Verification Updates You Need to Know About
Aside from C Code 399, recent changes to verification have been pretty benign. Until now. Amy Glynn breaks down what that means for your Financial Aid Office—and where to get more info.
AwardLetter Product Brief
Optimized and mobile responsive, AwardLetter meets students where they are: on the go, on any device. Provide the best student experience by delivering personalized, dynamic content.
5 Reasons to Include Loan Letters in Your Communications Lifecycle
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.
California Community Colleges: Automate Your BOG Fee Waiver Appeal Process
StudentForms custom appeal functionality allows students to complete the BOG Fee Waiver appeal process via self-service. And schools can review and approve/deny the appeals digitally.
How to Clear C Code 399 Flags and STILL Have a Life [On-Demand Webinar]
Our January WebClinic presented by Jennifer Buckles, Director of Financial Aid at UTC-Chattanooga "How to Clear C Code 399 Flags and STILL Have a Life" demonstrated the power of 399 Workbench.
How to Improve Our Education and Funding Model
As Senate hearings on the HEA reauthorization continue, CampusLogic VP Amy Glynn sees an opportunity to fix a broken system. She explains how in a recent letter to senators Alexander and Murray.
Financial Aid Simplification Is No Replacement for Accountability
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.
Your Agile FinAid Office [Infographic]
Following Agile principles can bring efficiencies to your Financial Aid Offices. Here's a handy reference for your office—to help you keep pace with changes in regulations, students, and technology.
How to Engage Students With Your Net Price Calculator
Did your school upload an NPC for compliance—and then simply forget it? Or, are you using it as the powerful recruitment tool it should be? Learn how in this NPC best practices series.
Why the Data Retrieval Tool Being Down Is a Big Deal
Students and financial aid offices are in crunch time—making the recent downtime of the IRS Data Retrieval Tool problematic. VP Amy Glynn weighs in on potential repercussions across the industry.
HB509 and HB262: Putting Students First in Maryland
Maryland bills HB509 and HB262 would require higher education institutions receiving state funding to send certain annual notices to students about their education loans. VP Amy Glynn weighs in.
399 Workbench Is a Port in the PPY Storm for UT-Chattanooga
Here’s how the FinAid team at UT-Chattanooga went from “up to our ears in 399s” to a streamlined, efficient process that helps keep students in school.
399 Workbench: Your Ready-Made Solution [On-Demand Webinar]