179 Entrance and Exit Counseling: Strategies to Get the Most Significant Results!

Monday, July 11, 2016: 2:45 PM-3:45 PM
Wilson ABC (Marriott Wardman Park)
Session Type: Interest Sessions
Track: Enrollment & Retention Track
Subcategories: Diversity Issues/Student Access & Success, Enrollment Management and Financial Literacy
Audience: All
Credit Type: Credit Hours and Clock Hours
School Type: All Schools
In this session a panel will address the challenges of loan counseling and provide solutions for presenting material in a much more impactful and engaging way than what has traditionally been available. With the goal of changing behaviors such as staying in school, borrowing responsibly and repaying in a timely manner, your entrance and exit counseling might need an overhaul. Best practices such as use of video, peer-to-peer methodologies and incorporating reinforcement of loan counseling throughout enrollment—not only as bookends—will be reviewed and you'll leave with a few take-aways you can put into practice immediately upon returning to campus.
Donna M Miller (iGrad)
Donna M Miller (iGrad)
Christine Conway (University of Phoenix Central Administration)
Heidy Santizo (DeVry University and DeVry Education Group)