In the current COVID-19 crisis, the need for institutions to
be transparent and consistent with refund and withdrawal policies is more
important than ever. When students and families understand the inherit risk and
financial implications of premature withdrawal from campus, they can safely
make decisions regarding their continued enrollment and the financial
protections available to them when the unexpected happens.
This Partner Webcast presented by GradGuard will explain and demonstrate the advantages of
educating students and their families by actively disclosing refund and
withdrawal policies and requiring students and authorized third parties to
actively consent. The panel will provide recommendations on how to achieve this
goal and will cover new industry partnerships and data pertaining to student
health trends that allow this process to be delivered and managed by campuses
like never before.
This Partner Webcast is created by GradGuard and offered free for members thanks to their generous support.
This webcast and webcast materials (the “webcast”) are provided for general informational purposes only. The views expressed in the webcast are those of the webcast sponsor and/or individual speakers and not NACUBO. NACUBO does not necessarily endorse any information, views, products, or services discussed in the webcast.
What You Will Learn
NACUBO’s professional development programs are designed to deliver the skills, concepts, and best practices for success to individuals in the business of higher education. After participating in this program, you will be able to—
Describe and convey the importance of an active disclosure
and consent of your institution's refund and withdrawal policies.
Determine how new technology partnerships may allow your institution to deliver, track, and confirm that students and their authorized third parties have received and understand institutional refund and withdrawal policies.
Explain how a tuition protection program can help complement existing refund and withdrawal policies and allow students and families to voluntarily protect their investment in higher education.
Tracy Brown, director, Anderson Central and Student Accounts, Anderson University
Derrick Shy, vice president, business development, GradGuard
Estimated 1 CPE Credit
CPE Category: Specialized Knowledge (note, each person must register and participate individually in order to earn CPE credit)
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This NACUBO Partner Webcast is generously supported by