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Online Video Service Reduces Costs, Saves Time, Improves Counseling and Outreach
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Financial Aid TV, a leading supplier of online video counseling and outreach solutions for college financial aid offices, announced today a new addition to its online network.
The University of Arkansas is the latest school to take advantage of Financial Aid TV's customized online video counseling and outreach solution.
"We are very excited to be utilizing this cutting edge service at the University of Arkansas," said Financial Aid Director Kattie L. Wing. "The Financial Aid TV service communicates to our students in a 'YouTube' type of format they can easily relate to and understand. The service is affordable and complements our student outreach initiatives nicely."
"Schools are being challenged to do more with less," said Paul Burke, VP of Sales for Financial Aid TV. "FATV brings self-service to the Financial Aid Office and saves schools money."
Financial Aid TV can be used by schools of all types and sizes. "FATV is designed to assist all schools, from traditional brick and mortar institutions to online distance education," said Burke.
Schools are deploying FATV in a variety of ways, including:
- To Increase FA Applications
- To Improve Default Aversion Efforts
- To Improve Customer Service
- To Improve Financial Literacy Efforts
- To Reduce Student Wait Times
- To Reduce Student Phone Calls
- To Expand Counseling Reach
Financial Aid TV (www.financialaidtv.com) is a service of College Media Solutions (CareerAmerica, LLC), an independent publisher of customizable digital solutions for educational institutions.
Posted 11/14/08 to www.NASFAA.org. Posting of press releases is done as a service to Members and does not imply endorsement or support by NASFAA. NASFAA does not review this information for content or accuracy.