At Trinity College of Connecticut, low-income students no longer need to apply for institutional aid every year, but are awarded a 4-year aid package based on their initial application.
Reported by Inside Higher Ed, the goal of this policy is to provide more certainty for low-income students, as well as reduce paperwork needs to make enrollment and persistence easier than ever.
The takeaway? While finances are often the number one concern for our students, are there revenue-neutral or even revenue-positive ways to make it even easier for our students to claim aid?
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