Guide for higher education administrative leaders will reveal packaging best practices
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"Financial aid packaging is one of the most complicated business processes an institution undertakes," said Peter Brennan, Regent's Product Manager and author of Best Practices for Financial Aid Packaging. "This white paper will help unlock some of the mysteries of packaging and help higher education leaders become more strategic with the packaging process."
The white paper will discuss all aspects of financial aid packing including:
- Definition of packaging and why it's used
- The important role of financial aid in student recruitment and retention
- Various financial aid packaging models available to schools
- How to identify which financial aid packaging models are the most appropriate for your institution.
To learn more about the white paper, Best Practices for Financial Aid Packaging, join Peter Brennan for a 30-minute webinar scheduled for Thursday, 9/18 and Tuesday, 9/23, both taking place at 2:00pm EST. To sign up, go to
Named Firm of the Year by the Tech Council of Maryland and a 2008 CODiE Award Finalist for Best Postsecondary Enterprise Solution, Regent is a leading Software-as-a-Service provider of financial aid management software solutions with more than 30 years' industry experience. The company's web-based, easy-to-use solutions interoperate with any established student information system. Regent provides institutions with improved efficiencies, fewer errors, and enhanced services for students, equaling a positive return on investment within the first year.
Regent's management solutions are designed and built by and for members of the financial aid and enrollment management community. Regent enables institutions to better craft and execute financial aid strategies. With the Student Self Service Portal, the company also offers 21st century access for students seeking financial aid information anytime, anywhere, from any device, in any language. For more information, visit:
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The Institute for Financial Literacy announced the winners of the 2008 Excellence In Financial Literacy Education ("EIFLE") Awards at the Annual Conference on Financial Education in Atlanta, Georgia on September 10, 2008. The EIFLE was created to acknowledge innovation and quality of financial literacy education efforts and the commitment of those that offer them.
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Educator of the Year: Dr. Julie Heath of the University of Memphis.
Organization of the Year (Not for Profit): InCharge® Education Foundation, Inc.
Organization of the Year (For Profit): Zions Bank®.
Institutional Book of the Year in the Money Management Adult Category: More Than Money Matters™ by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
Institutional Book of the Year in the Money Management Children Category: It's a Habit, Sammy Rabbit! by Sam X. Renick.
Trade Book of the Year in the General Adult Category: That's What It Means! - A Practical Guide to Everyday Finance Terms by Peter Woan.
Curriculum of the Year in the General Children Category: It Just Adds Up by Sue Lynn Sasser
"The Excellence In Financial Literacy Education Award recognizes the hard work and effort of the individuals and organizations trying to improve Americans' financial literacy" said Leslie E. Linfield, Executive Director of the Institute for Financial Literacy. "This work has become increasingly relevant to Americans over the past year, and the Institute is pleased to help raise the visibility of these efforts through the EIFLE Award."
The Institute for Financial Literacy is a tax exempt non-profit organization whose mission is to make effective financial literacy education available for all American adults. The Institute accomplishes its mission by working with organizations to incorporate financial education into their existing services. The Institute also provides direct delivery of financial counseling and education to the general public. As the national authority on adult financial education, the Institute advances professionalism and effectiveness in the field of financial literacy by setting the National Standards for Adult Financial Literacy Education™, hosting the Annual Conference on Financial Education™, maintaining the Library of Personal Finance™, and administering the Center for Financial Certifications® and the Center for Consumer Financial Research™. For more information please contact us at 207-879-0389 or visit our website at