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Not to be Missed 2016 Conference Presentations

Posted by John Fees on Feb 18, 2016 9:18:19 PM

It is reassuring to find so many higher education officials focused on issues related to increasing college completion rates.

More schools then ever, appear to have a growing interest in understanding the impact of student health and medical events. In fact, 2016 has brought renewed interest on the impact of these events on both students and the colleges and universities who serve them.

The industry has reached a tipping point with the topic of tuition refund disclosures and the value of tuition insurance appearing as part of two major industry conferences. Mark your calendars to join the discussion at:

 

NACUBO Student Financial Services Conference in Memphis, TN.

March 14th at 9:20 am for a panel discussion featuring Auburn University and University of Southern California.

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Professional Development Group Conference in Anaheim, CA.

April 4th at 4:00 pm for a panel discussion regarding the Best Practices for Disclosing and Managing Tuition Refunds.  

 

                                 
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If your campus is concerened about the impact of medical withdrawals on college completiton rates or does not provide 100% refunds for medical withdrawals, then please join us at one of these events or contact us today to learn how easy it is to reduce the cost of medical withdrawals to your institution and students.

 

 

Topics: student success, tuition refund insurance, Tuition Insurance, Refund Policy, Transparency, Disclosures, tuition refunds, Bursars,

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