With Covid-19 throwing normalcy out the window and demanding huge financial resources, there is an increasing need to optimize, or revolutionize, current standards for financial aid offices. One solution answering the call of this problem is technology—creating agility within Higher ed departments and allowing space for services which would otherwise be cut due to constricting financial demands. This Oracle panel discusses how this “financial aid office of the future” can happen and the questions surrounding its synthesis. Some of those questions include the following:
Together, Lorain County Community College, Butler University, Florida A&M, and Oracle come together in this webinar to discuss these issues and practical questions surrounding it. Highstreet is happy to see our client Lorain County CC participating in this panel with Oracle to help Higher Ed institutions navigate the difficult economy we are all living in to ensure affordability in higher ed.
What you can expect to hear about in this panel:
- How regulations and enrollment will continue to be dynamic, requiring institutional agility with financial aid.
- How embracing automation is a process for staff, but an expectation for students requiring real-time insight.
- How Legacy solutions for managing financial aid will be insufficient to support bold new thinking for expanding access to higher education
“A candid panel discussion about the cloud’s role in higher education’s current challenging era and beyond” – Oracle
This panel is now on-demand after it originally aired. Registration is free and only takes a couple of minutes to complete. You can read more and watch the webinar here.
If you’re interested in more Oracle webinars, check out this past event in which several of Highstreet’s clients come together to discuss innovation in Higher Education when your budget drops out.