Date Recorded: February 23, 2021
Duration: 90 Minutes
Price: $150.00 for members
$250.00 for Non-members
A global pandemic, social unrest, political divide and uncertainty, an extreme economic recession and… oh yes, we need to grow enrollment even larger than planned to make up for financial shortfalls. These stressors certainly present challenges, but they also provide opportunities for financial aid and enrollment practitioners to forge even greater relationships with other departments as we work in tandem to develop strategies to stay afloat during a pandemic and post-pandemic world. Learn, share and collaborate with colleagues on how to move forward during a time like none other.
Mo Amos, Panelist
Executive Director of Financial Aid, Scholarship, & Student Employment
Northeastern Illinois University
Dan Mann, Panelist
Associate Provost for Enrollment Management
University of Illinois- Urbana- Champaign
Craig Slaughter, FAAC®, Panelist
Director of Financial Aid
Derek Kindle, Moderator
Vice Provost for Enrollment Management
University of Wisconsin - Madison
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