Yenko's solutions improve retention by helping students keep financial aid
Losing scholarships and state grants increases attrition
Increase enrollment through targeted interventions that help students keep financial aid
Yenko's predictive analytics translate complex Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and other merit scholarship requirements into easy-to-understand data visualizations
Give students a roadmap that highlights aid eligibility requirements, indicates aid at risk and delivers recommendations to ensure students stay on track with all Financial Aid sources.
Empower students to set goals that ensure they keep financial aid. Scenario analysis tools enable students to estimate impact of course grades and registration changes on financial aid
Support advising and enrollment management with proprietary data that identifies students at risk of dropping out and suggests interventions to improve outcomes
Yenko was born out of Margo Wright's frustration that while college enrollment rates have increased, college completion for all remains a challenging problem. Only 41% of U.S. adults over the age of 25 have a post-secondary credential (have earned an associate's or bachelor's degree).
Today's college students are typically juggling school, work and family while commuting to college and depend on financial aid to afford college. Their most scarce resources are time and money and yet, in trying to balance school and work, financial aid eligibility can be put at risk.
Yenko supports students' persistence by helping them keep their fingers on the pulse of what's important and as a result, achieve academic success that leads to graduation.
About the Founder
Margo Wright, founder of Yenko, has extensive experience in retail, consulting and nonprofit management. She previously oversaw the College Readiness and College Success pipeline at the Harlem Children’s Zone and also served as Executive Director of Bodanna, a nonprofit social enterprise. She is a graduate of Harvard College and has an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
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