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Timely Interventions to Improve Student Success and Retention
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/12/2019
When: Thursday, September 12, 2019
12PM - 1:00PM (MT)
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Maggie Brubaker
303-442-2524


Online registration is available until: 9/12/2019
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Title:

Timely Interventions to Improve Student Success and Retention

Presenters:

Johnna Hargens-Brown, Director for Scholarships and Grants, Bellevue University
Ashley Alaniz-Moyer, Executive Director, Hispanic Scholarship Consortium

Cost:

Free to NSPA members. $35 for non-members.

Description: 

Timely grants for students can drastically impact student success, persistence, retention, and graduation rates. The idea of developing, fundraising for, and managing emergency grant programs can seem overwhelming for both large and small organizations. Hear from Bellevue University & the Hispanic Scholarship Consortium on how they successfully implemented these new programs at their institutions and collectively awarded over $50,000 in pilot years.

Presenter Bios:

JOHNNA HARGENS-BROWN BIO

Johnna Hargens-Brown is the Director for Scholarships and Grants at Bellevue University, in Bellevue, Nebraska. She is responsible for managing and developing strategies, processes, and procedures to effectively administer all institutionally related scholarships and grants for the University. As a stand-alone department, Johnna's team collaborates with the Financial Aid Department, Student Financial Services, Student Finance, the Business Office, Enrollment, Advising, Athletics, Advancement and the individual colleges to ensure a smooth centralized process for current and prospective students to apply for scholarships.

ASHLEY ALANIZ-MOYER BIO

Ashley Alaniz-Moyer serves as the Executive Director of the Hispanic Scholarship Consortium (HSC). HSC supports Central Texas Hispanic students with a unique combination of scholarship, leadership, and mentorship. Since its inception, HSC has awarded over $2 million in scholarships and grants to Central Texas students. Currently, HSC manages 17 scholarship funds to over 250 students annually.

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