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. For instance, placing a recylcing bin next to a garbage can just works. People and students recyle when it's easy.
If your institution does not provide 100% refunds to students then it is prudent to determine how your college or university can verify that the institution has disclosed its refund policy.
We are very pleased to be working with Allianz Global Assistance to help take tuition insurance to the next level. Very pleased to share this public announcement. Thanks to our partnership, schools and families have access to world-class service and valuable protections offered through our Tuition Protection Plan.
GradGuard's mission is to help protect the investment student's and their families make in a higher education. We aim publish research and bring attention to trends of vital interests to our colleagues who work to promote greater student success.
I love the spring. The last day of March, however, brings the reality that Major League Baseball spring training is ending and the hot Arizona summer will soon be upon us.
March is a busy month for our higher education colleagues. With the NACUBO Student Financial Services conference, NASPA's annual meeting and Ellucian Live occuring all during the same month, many of us spend the month traveling between valuable industry gatherings.
The 2017 Survey on Student Withdawals & Refunds has revealed that nearly half of schools survyed report an increase in student medical withdrawals.
GradGuard, an authority at designing and implementing student benefit programs that help schools to attract and retain students, is pleased to announce that Wimer Alberto, Assistant Director of Guest and Conference Housing at Arizona State University has been appointed as it’s new Director of Campus Partnerships, effective Monday, March 6th, 2017.
National Public Radio published this story on student loan defaults and begins with a former student who did not complete their degree due to a medical illness.