Efficiency

It's not easy winning over a skeptic

Pennsylvania College of Technology finds a partner whose refund management system exceeds anything it could build itself
 

Pennsylvania College of Technology has always used in-house programmers to develop its administrative and enrollment programs with great success. At one time the college was even considering designing its own electronic refund system.

From Data to Information

Business intelligence and its role in higher education today
 

Working with Consultants: Look Before You Leap

Needs assessment and careful selection are the keys to a successful consulting relationship.
 

Education Quality in Hostile Financial Times

Preserving the educational experience
 

AS MANY UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATORS are painfully aware, the economic struggles facing much of the nation are beginning to take their toll on higher education.

Creating Working Capital and Cash Flow Efficiencies

America is facing a challenging time. With a weakened economy and limited resources, businesses — regardless of size and industry — need to ensure they are maintaining a positive cash flow. And higher educational institutions are not immune.

One card yields many benefits at Sam Houston State

University makes life easier for students with Higher One Bearkat OneCard
 

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.

Higher One gives Webster University the benefits of electronic refunds without the worries of storing banking data

Vickie Fredrick is associate vice president for finance at Webster University in St. Louis. The university was looking to distribute refunds electronically but did not want to obtain and store student banking information itself, so it turned to Higher One. Ms. Frederick and her colleagues, Norm Senaldi and Mary Petersen, spoke about their experience..
 

Use of electronic payments is growing quickly at Heartland Community College

Sue Gilpin is the Controller at Heartland Community College in Normal, Ill. The college has been using Higher One's OneDisburse refund management system for over a year and will soon expand its use because of the implementation of a new student loan program. Ms. Gilpin recently spoke with Streamlined about Heartland's experience with Higher One.
 

We have about 5,000 credit students who are here for their Associates Degree or taking vocational classes. We also have about 5,000 community education students who are just taking classes for enjoyment or personal enrichment.

Communication with many campuses is key to success

Higher One's electronic refund program adds convenience for Troy University's diverse student body, and improves employee morale
 

The decision-makers at Troy University knew that issuing refunds electronically would make the process more efficient, especially for a university with 35,000 students studying at more than 60 campuses. But it also had an unexpected benefit.

Putting refunds into student hands quickly and safely

With Higher One, State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota streamlined student refunds and ended problems with lost checks.
 

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