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Learn how to create the right financial aid policy to support your college or university's specific enrollment goals. Our experts share key dos and don'ts.
This insight paper was created to help enrollment leaders reorient to a higher education marketplace that is being transformed by a historic convergence of disruptive forces, including the pandemic, a persistent labor crisis, a troubled political climate, change in the psychological profile of college goers, and, relatedly, increasingly widespread doubt regarding the value of postsecondary education.
Many colleges and universities have decided—out of necessity—to offer test-optional admissions for the first time for the fall of 2021. EAB has identified five guiding principles on how to transition to an admissions process without standardized test scores.
EAB experts discuss the pitfalls of “pandemic pricing,” the best way for schools to distribute financial relief to families, and the importance of communicating the rationale behind tuition prices.
EAB surveyed high school students to learn how COVID-19 has impacted FAFSA filings. Explore the results—and recommendations for how colleges and universities can support these students.
Through a process known as “financial aid optimization” (or FAO), colleges work to provide a viable path to and through higher education for students from all backgrounds and economic circumstances while balancing that effort against the challenge of maintaining their own financial viability.
Our Financial Aid Optimization program ensures that every dollar you commit to aid is used to further your enrollment and net tuition revenue goals. EAB’s dedicated in-house team guides you from financial aid policy development through yield management, and our financial aid analytics platform allows you to monitor real-time performance throughout the enrollment cycle.
This insight brief offers expert guidance on navigating upcoming FAFSA changes and maximizing financial aid opportunities for students.
This report offers guidance for enrollment leaders on the college search and communication preferences of prospective HBCU students.
In this session, hear from EAB’s higher ed financial aid consultants and learn from EAB’s experience in advising colleges and universities.