Have you ever noticed that in life - easy stuff get's done. Making it easy for students to make good decisions is a cornerstone of a well-designed education experience.
For instance, placing a recycling bin next to a garbage can - enables a choice when one may not have previously existed. There was no choice to recycle without including the alternative for students to choose to recycle instead of just putting something into the trash.
This small example demonstrates the importance of decision design and a recent webinar hosted by Professional Development Group illustrates how thoughtful decision design within student financial services can benefit both institutions and the students they serve.
Learn how schools are evaluating the decisions that students and their families are required to make. Schools are adopting easy to implement approaches to help students make informed decisions - such as FERPA notification, refund policy disclosures and programs such as health and tuition insurance programs.
Another example - "Look Right" - is familiar to visitors in London. Without such a simple reminder, the safety of American visitors to London could be compromised. Decision design - it works and can be easily implemented to improve outcomes for your institution. Learn more today.