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Everyone is feeling the impact of the pandemic – its disruption to everyday life, isolating social restrictions, and the stress of a widespread threat to public health – as well as the economic fallout of a closed economy. However, like so many natural disasters and economic events, the impact is felt much more heavily by certain racial and socioeconomic groups.
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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.
University administrators nationwide are currently knee deep in scenario planning for bringing students back to campus. There are a lot of unknowns – including when federal and state restrictions will be lifted and the modality of instruction that will be in place across the year. While many schools have announced plans to hold classes face-to-face in the fall if at all feasible, it may not be.
It can be a challenge to use financial aid strategically to achieve certain institutional goals. Read our Roadmap to discover how to maximize the allocation of financial aid at your college or university to improve access, headcount, tuition revenue, or student success.
Colleges and universities have both a moral and financial imperative to do everything in their power to ensure finances aren’t the primary cause of attrition for most students. Explore our Roadmap to learn how to identify students at risk of financial attrition and ensure they get the help they need.
This white paper is the second installment in a four-part research series about how to identify, engage, and recruit students from underrepresented populations.
This webconference will explore how Early FAFSA has shifted the admissions timeline at many institutions.