In this webinar, Karen Serna, Director, Student Money Management Office from Austin Community College discusses how their team helped their students financially plan for college.
It’s a common assumption that low-income students aren’t financially literate. The 2017 report from The Center for Community College Student Engagement reveals that there may be more nuanced reasons to explain the financial problem among students. Keep reading to learn more about the report on student financial health.
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The Common App sent 450,000 high school seniors texts on the steps they need to take to complete the FAFSA, and these students became more likely to complete the FAFSA, with low-income students seeing the best results.
Students in Delaware and Texas were texted personalized outreach and updates on FAFSA completion. Students served were more likely to complete the FAFSA, completed the FAFSA earlier, and were more likely to immediately matriculate.
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New loan applicants at the Community College of Baltimore County were sent texts to help them make more informed decisions regarding their student loans, leading to 20% declines in borrowing for certain segments of high-risk borrowing populations.
There is so much scholarship information on the web, it can be tough to navigate the relevant details. Here are 4 scholarship trends to help your search.
Research at the Community College of Baltimore County shows that students' loan borrowing decisions are influenced by financial aid counseling.
Massachusetts community college freshmen received nudges around renewing the FAFSA and financing education. Recipients were nearly 20% more likely to persist into their sophomore year.
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