Balancing families’ needs with school budget constraints can be challenging when it comes to sustaining a financial aid program and remaining mission aligned. It is important for schools to define their financial aid philosophy and establish processes and parameters that both help school leaders execute the program well and support families well beyond the initial admission process. During this workshop, you will learn best practices, how to address recent economic shifts, and use tools that will help you tackle the complex challenges associated with financial aid programs. The session will empower you with the skills and resources needed to navigate difficulty in prioritizing awards as you address complex files, enhance your financial aid policies and procedures, and contribute to achieving critical schoolwide goals, like maximizing net tuition revenue and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Join us for this interactive Zoom workshop in which you will:
Recommended Audience: Business Officers, Heads of School, Admissions and Enrollment
Professionals, Controllers, or Other Administrators/Staff with Financial Aid
Learning Objective: Participants will learn best practices of effective financial aid programs and develop related policies and processes.
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Delivery Method: Group Live Based
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
Recommended CPE Credits: 3.6
Recommended HRCI Credits: 3.0
HRCI Category: HR (Business)
SHRM PDC Credit: 3.0
SHRM BoCK: Business Acumen
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