Engaging Unresponsive Prospects


About the Institution
Seattle Pacific University is a private liberal arts university in Seattle, Washington, founded in 1891 in conjunction with the Oregon and Washington Conference of the Free Methodist Church as the Seattle Seminary. Location: Seattle, WA Total enrollment: 3,894 (2007)
"The Seattle Pacific University loan repayment assistance program has allowed me to enroll without concern that I won’t be able to pay back my loans." - Seattle Pacific University Student
Their LRAP Story

Seattle Pacific University moved 99 students from Admit to Enroll by offering LRAP to a targeted group of prospects who had been unresponsive for 60 days or more.

Excited by initial results, Seattle Pacific University expanded their loan repayment assistance program to include all incoming students from families below $150k AGI.

“Knowing that LRAP will be able to help me pay off my loans after graduation, should I need it, makes me want to attend SPU a lot more, puts it at the top of my list, and gives me peace about my future.”

– Seattle Pacific University Student

How LRAP Helps

Besides providing the peace of mind many cost-concerned students and their families need to enroll, LRAP Association also employs a powerful communication sequence that includes email, postcards, and phone calls to reach your prospective students.

If a prospect has stopped responding to your admissions team, sometimes our effort to communicate the benefits of the LRAP program on your behalf help to re-engage them.

“I would not have been able to come to Seattle Pacific University if it weren’t for LRAP.”

– Seattle Pacific University Student

How much does it cost to start?

You only pay for LRAP when it works – and you only pay for the students who enroll and borrow. Simply request your custom proposal and we’ll reach out to you within 3 business days with more detailed information including:

  • Customized Pricing
  • How LRAP Works
  • Projected ROI for an LRAP pilot
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