The OnPlanU team just got back from the PDG Student Loan Receivables Conference in Fort Lauderdale. While attendees loved the warm weather, we’d venture to say they loved OnPlanU’s innovative pre-collect solution even more! OnPlanU’s pre-collect system helps schools collect from students with past-due tuition balances. With tuition continuing to increase, financial aid remaining flat, […]
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OnPlan recently attended the three-day Minnesota Collection Network MEGA Conference in Minneapolis. The conference focuses on collection challenges with campus-based programs and student accounts receivable. Colleges and universities are looking for more efficient and friendly ways to engage students that have an outstanding balance. OnPlan’s UCollect product provides schools with a pre-collect solution that helps […]
OnPlan CTO David King recently presented to Illinois school administrators at this year’s Illinois Student Loan & Receivables Administrators Conference. After reviewing the latest trends in internal collections as well as the challenges institutions are facing with accounts receivable recovery, King introduced OnPlanU’s innovative solutions to improve internal collections. Participants were especially excited about UCollect, […]
A recent article in The Washington Post entitled “Universities in Va. hit students with whopping collection fees for unpaid tuition” highlights the urgent need for colleges and universities to offer re-payment terms for their students who drop out or still owe a balance after classes end. The gap between financial aid and tuition and fees […]
OnPlan Achieves PCI Level 1 Compliance Earlier this year, OnPlan joined the PCI Security Standards Council as a Participating Organization. Since then, OnPlan has been an active member adding input when it comes to setting standards, implementing new initiatives, along with many other activities. Recently, OnPlan achieved its PCI level 1 compliance. In conjunction with […]
OnPlanU Mobile-First Payment and Billing Technology Highlighted at NACUBO 2017 Several of the OnPlan team members, David King, Judith Flink, Patrik Vagenius, and Sarah Enslin, will be attending the NACUBO (National Association of College and University Business Officers) Annual Meeting this weekend, July 29-August 1, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Our team will be at […]
Bursars SFS Conference Builds Momentum for OnPlanU’s Pre-Collect Solution Fresh off the heels of the Bursars SFS Conference at Florida’s beautiful Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort, we are excited about the buzz around OnPlanU—the latest problem solver in the higher ed receivables management market. In a sea of competitors trying to play catch-up, OnPlanU stands out […]
OnPlan Holdings, LLC, DBA OnPlanU, a leading provider of tuition management services and commerce for colleges and universities, has become an InCommon partner. InCommon, operated by Internet2, provides a common trust framework for shared management of access to on-line resources for the education and research communities. Through InCommon, Identity Providers (higher education institutions) can give […]
As Council’s newest Participating Organization, OnPlan to contribute to the development of PCI Security Standards OnPlan has joined the PCI Security Standards Council as a Participating Organization. OnPlan will work with the Council to achieve and improve payment data security worldwide through the ongoing development of the PCI Security Standards, including the Payment Card Industry […]
As the gap between available financial aid and tuition grows, students and schools find themselves struggling with tuition management.
On December 4 – 7 in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the 37th National Student Loans Receivables Collection Conference, OnPlanU’s CTO, David King, along with Linda Combs from James Madison University, will be presenting a solution that actively engages students to repay their tuition resulting in a 20% reduction in collection costs.