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  • Join us in Nashville for #RNLNC 2019!

    HigherEd Industry News July 17, 2019

    We get excited about our journey to #RNLNC every year and this year is even better because we have some special news to share. We’ll be joining you at the conference to help folks learn more about the positive impact loan repayment assistance programs (LRAPs) can have on your enrollment. Whether you are new to the concept […]

  • LRAP at #NACCAP2019

    HigherEd Industry News May 30, 2019

    Make sure to swing by the booth this year. We’re excited to share in your enrollment journey and help you exceed your goals in this student-loan-averse climate. We’ve taken the time to scour the web for relevant data and statistics regarding fear of student debt and the likely impact it is having on the higher […]

  • Join us at #CCCUmulti 2019 in St. Petersburg, Florida Feb. 11-13

    HigherEd Industry News January 10, 2019

    Because we work with a variety of colleges and universities, we have the pleasure of also participating in many conferences and seminars. We do this to support our existing partner colleges (we often present the work our partnerships produce), and because we are on a mission to make sure that every student and family can […]

  • Clarifying Common Questions About Using Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) in Enrollment Management:

    HigherEd Industry News December 19, 2018

    Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) have been around since the late 1980s, but, for some, many questions remain. With so many tools coming and going in higher education, it’s easy to see how the details can get lost. Below are answers to 4 key questions about LRAPs. 1. Aren’t LRAPs a type of student loan? […]

  • 94% of Admissions Directors Agree Student Debt Discouraging Applications in 2018 Stats from IHE

    HigherEd Industry News November 30, 2018

    Updated statistics from InsideHigherEd.com’s annual survey of university admissions directors reveal increased negative impact of student loan debt on applications. For 2018, IHE reported more than nine out of every ten (94%) private, nonprofit admissions professionals agreed applicants are walking away – or worse – excluding them before even applying. That’s up over 5 percentage […]

  • Join us at Booth 904 and at the LEARN Booth During #NACAC18

    HigherEd Industry News September 13, 2018

    We’re excited to participate in yet another year at NACAC’s annual conference! This year, we’ll be at Booth 904 and presenting on Thursday, September 27th at 4:45pm in Exhibit Hall C at the LEARN booth. Make sure to stop by and say hello! Our session at the LEARN booth is entitled: Addressing the Negative Impact […]

  • Complimentary Research Resource: Fear of Student Loan Debt & Enrollment Impact 2018

    HigherEd Industry News June 6, 2018

    We know the challenges you face working in HigherEd are many and varied. We also know that communicating the complex realities of enrollment environments can be one of them. To aid you in painting a more complete picture, we’ve assembled and curated 38 data points covering research from 17 unique, trusted research sources into one […]

  • Recent Study Reveals Reason Some Admitted Students Don’t Enroll

    HigherEd Industry News April 12, 2018

    We’ve got good news and bad news. The bad news is, even if the number of applied students in your funnel seemed encouraging for your enrollment goals, recent data shows your yield rate might be less than you expect.

  • Poll Details Value Americans See in HigherEd; Highlights Fear of Debt.

    HigherEd Industry News February 12, 2018

    In August and September of 2017, Civis Analytics, a leading data science technology and analytics company, polled 5647 Americans and 675 K-12 teachers about college. What they found should motivate any institution of higher education to take action and meet emerging concerns. We’ve taken the time to sort out some of the key findings from […]

  • College Costs Forcing Students to Compromise

    HigherEd Industry News April 4, 2017

    Every year, thousands of students turn down offers to attend their first-choice college. Royall & Company recently examined survey responses of more than 6,000 of these students. The most popular reason why they opted to go elsewhere? Costs. Altogether, 39.9% of students cited a cost-related reason as the factor that deterred them from attending their […]

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