Ms. Allmon has an A.S. degree in Computer Information Technology from Purdue University, a B.A. in Psychology from Hanover College, an M.A. in Education from Indiana State University and a Masters of Jurisprudence from the McKinney School of Law, IUPUI. She is Past President of the Indiana Student Financial Aid Association (ISFAA) and served as […]
ProVerifier+ automatically and dynamically identifies and resolves conflicts to student/parent data for 60% of verification cases with zero human intervention, thereby cutting the workload by more than half!
Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), schools are required to spend a portion of HEERF grant funds to “conduct direct outreach to financial aid applicants and recipients about the opportunity to receive a financial aid adjustment due to the recent unemployment of a family member or independent student, or other circumstances.”
PAMS provides schools with an electronic appeal form, appeal management workflow, and immediate student notification of their appeal results. PAMS can be utilized for processes such as Special Circumstances using Professional Judgement, Satisfactory Academic Progress appeals, Cost of Attendance adjustments, Dependency overrides, or loan requests. PAMS uses your school’s own form, converts it into an eSign document powered by DocuSign, and provides the school with a secure URL to distribute to your students. When the electronic forms are completed by students and/or parents, they are put into a managed workflow environment for further processing by either school staff (SaaS) or can be fully outsourced to ProEd’s team of highly experienced financial aid professionals (Full-Service), or both. The forms are completed directly in ProEd’s ProOne processing environment and eSigned by the processor. As soon as the processor eSigns the form and indicates whether the appeal was accepted, denied, or contained insufficient information, the entire appeal packet, along with the processor’s decision, are immediately sent to the student.
Starting with the 2021-22 aid year, our state-of-the-art cloud-based verification software, ProVerifier+, can now identify and resolve both verification data conflicts and C-Codes!
Call (941) 914-9089 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details. For more information or to request your tax documents online visit: https://proed.com.
TaxDox Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) website (https://taxdox.com) allows taxpayers to collect electronic tax documents from the IRS within 48-72 hours. Using an eSigned IRS Form 4506-T, taxpayers can request personal tax returns, business tax returns, wage and income transcripts, etc., from the IRS, and download them in PDF format directly from TaxDox.
Call (941) 914-9089 or e-mail email@example.com for additional details. For more information or to request your tax documents online visit: https://taxdox.com
The CARES Act, Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF), and recent guidance from USDE present new challenges in how schools determine which students qualify for emergency grant funding and how to distribute and track awards appropriately. ProEd has developed a way to streamline the application process for students and provide schools with pertinent information to administer emergency funds efficiently and remotely using eSigned forms and our new data extract.
CARES Act eSign Student Application for Emergency Funding: ProEd is a long-time partner with DocuSign, the world’s #1 eSignature service. We assist you and your students by converting your CARES Act Student Application into a DocuSign form and providing you a link to place on your website or distribute to student via email/text. Students can complete your CARES Act Student Application electronically from their smart phone, tablet, or computer.
Application Data Extract: ProEd’s IT team has developed a data extract to pull critical information from your CARES application in .CSV/Excel format so that the data is usable for reporting, awarding, and tracking. The data extract can be scheduled on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis, or reports can be run ad-hoc from our online User Interface (UI).
If you want to learn more, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and put CARES in the subject line. A representative will be in contact with you.