Sponsored Case Studies & Features

7/1/2009
 

Wilmington University’s open admissions policy, flexible scheduling and 11 locations in Delaware and New Jersey are fundamental to its mission of offering careeroriented undergraduate and graduate degree programs for a diverse rang

6/1/2009
 

Welcome to the second Streamlined of 2009!

5/1/2009
 

Welcome to the second Streamlined of 2009!

5/1/2009
 

Our process was pretty much like everybody else’s. It was all about paper and very time consuming.

5/1/2009

When Vincennes University introduced the Blazer OneCard on its three Indiana campuses a year ago, students and parents were skeptical. Why, they wanted to know, was the university asking students to carry a MasterCard?

4/1/2009
 

Welcome to the second Streamlined of 2009!

4/1/2009
 

Our process was pretty much like everybody else’s. It was all about paper and very time consuming.

3/1/2009
 

Yes. Every OneAccount is insured by the FDIC, currently for amounts up to $250,000.

3/1/2009
 

Seeking an alternative to the slow and inefficient system of mailing financial aid and other refund checks to students, Imperial Valley College set up its own direct deposit system.

2/1/2009
 

Yes. Every OneAccount is insured by the FDIC, currently for amounts up to $250,000.

2/1/2009
 

If you can solve three problems all at once, why not just go ahead and do it?

1/1/2009
 

Welcome to the first Streamlined of 2009!

1/1/2009
 

Yes. Every OneAccount is insured by the FDIC, currently for amounts up to $250,000.

1/1/2009
 

Pennsylvania College of Technology has always used in-house programmers to develop its administrative and enrollment programs with great success.

6/1/2008
 

For students at Sam Houston State University, a slim wallet-size card is the key to getting financial aid refunds, a paycheck from a campus job, access to the dorm, a good book , a good meal and more.

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