Institutions across the country are grappling with declining enrollments, while at the same time wrestling with a renewed focus on cost and student outcomes. As institutions develop strategies to address these issues, many are exploring ways to expand online learning and offer more flexible non-traditional enrollment models such as competency-based and self-paced learning.
This highly-attended NASFAA session presented by Regent Education’s Vice President of Client Solutions, Steve England, provided participants with overview of these non-traditional enrollment models along with the factors to consider when processing financial aid for these models.
The presentation will provide you, the reader, with an understanding of:
- Non-traditional enrollment models
- The challenge of delivering financial aid for these non-traditional enrollment models
- Options for supporting these non-traditional programs