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Webinar - Transparency - Helping Students and Families Take Informed Action

Posted by GradGuard on Sep 18, 2017 11:12:15 PM

Please join Professional Development Group's education series for a webinar led by John Fees, co-founder of GradGuard and Craig Lockwood, of Tuition Management Systems as they discuss the timely topic of transparency.

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This session will focus on helping families make an informed decision by presenting the right information at the right time in a manner that encourages better decisions. Important payment decisions like thecost of making a payment via ACH or Credit which is best for each payer based on their available options. Additional disclosure topics that your school needs a read and agree to be sure the facts are presented and understood, such as your tuition reimbursement policy and options to protect the families investment. These are decisions that families need more guidance on. See how the right framing of the decision can help.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how your institution can present a cost-neutral credit card payment solution that also presents lowest cost options to your payers.
  • See examples of a disclosure tool that can present and capture agreement in an auditable fashion and the results achieved by other institutions
  • Review case studies and results from schools who have implemented informed action programs from student housing to college refunds. See the value of informed choice & the power convenience.
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Topics: Best Practices by Colleges, Tuition Insurance, College Life Protected, college refunds,

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