Student Aid Services Improves Colleges’ Enrollment Yield by Offering Prospective Students Insight Into Their Affordability

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Friday, October 5, 2012

To help colleges respond to prospective students’ heightened financial anxiety, Student Aid Services, Inc., the leading provider of college-cost estimation and enrollment-enhancement services, today introduces a dynamic and custom communication service that shows individuals their specific affordability and academic fit. While providing students new insight about a college’s value, the Personal Student Prospectus™ (PSP), which can be designed to meet the requirements of the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet, enables colleges and universities to improve their enrollment yields significantly.

Early PSP adopter Fordham University of New York sought to be transparent about net price earlier in the college-choice process than the formal aid award timetable permits.

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