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Bridge Over Troubled Waters: MEEC Financial Aid Webinar

[fa icon="calendar"] December 4, 2020 / by Meg Phillips

If you’re an executive or staff member in higher education and a MEEC member, then this webinar hosted by MEEC and presented by Highstreet & Oracle is a must attend event addressing the current challenges in financial aid, adapting to uncertain change, and looking beyond the pandemic. Hear more about how Financial Aid looks ahead through frequent (and annual) regulatory changes and how you can use analytics and benchmarks to plan forward.  


There will be some good discussion and an opportunity to hear from higher education practitioner and financial aid consulting expert, Dr. Robbie de Leur as well as one of Oracle’s Vice Presidents, Nicole Engelbert and principal Solutions Engineer, Ian Lasics. With ending Q&A you’ll have an opportunity to raise any questions you have to our presenters and get real time advice from the expertsJoin us to learn how your Higher Education Institution can navigate through the current challenges while making the best of your Financial Aid solution 


The event will be held on Dec. 8th, at 10 A.M. EST and will last approximately one hour.  


Registration closes Dec. 7th and can be found here. Please note, event attendance is only available to current MEEC Members. You can find out more about MEEC on their website, here. 



Robbie de LeurEd.D, Highstreet Vice President, Higher Education 

Nicole Engelbert, Oracle Vice President

Ian Lasics, Oracle Principal Solutions Engineer, Higher Education  

Topics: Higher Education | Public Sector, student financial planning, Webinar

Meg Phillips


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