Financial Aid Growth as an Enrollment Management Strategy

Financial Aid Growth as an Enrollment Management Strategy

with Lisa Pelrine, Kristen C. Power, and Susie Horan

For the last decade, tuition costs have been on the rise, but that doesn’t necessarily mean financial aid budgets have grown in parallel with those increases. Parents are savvier customers and financial aid waiting lists are growing at a fast pace. Do you know what the “new financial aid family” looks like? Learn more about current national financial aid trends and explore the ever changing applicant pool. Information includes how to work with your board committees to develop a long range financial aid plan as an enrollment management strategy. The goals, objectives, and effects of Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall’s long range plan are reviewed.



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