Tag: Financial Aid
Here are five recommendations on how to create urgency around FAFSA application submissions.
EAB experts explain how to integrate financial aid services into the broader student support network to help more students graduate with less debt.
Is your test-optional policy helping or hurting your recruitment opportunity? Use this resource to help make the determination.
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.
Low-income students and students of color are depositing or submitting FAFSAs at lower rates than previous years. Learn what this means for equity—and tactics to help.
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 study shows sharp drop in FAFSA filings among students of color who have already made deposits
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.
See the four key takeaways from a survey of 32 enrollment managers at independent schools across the country.
Key lessons for independent school leaders about financial aid and tuition during the COVID-19 crisis
On May 27th, EAB held a webinar for independent school enrollment managers and CFOs to discuss financial aid and tuition strategies in response to COVID.