Coronavirus has colleges fearful about yield, searching for the right strategy. A Quatromoney and TuitionFit survey released Thursday found that 25.7 percent of high school seniors were rethinking their college choice because of the coronavirus.
Families’ fears have heightened due to the COVID-19 outbreak — particularly for prospective parents and students who will be first-year students in the fall of 2020. Families across the country are rethinking their final college decision.
"Not only does TuitionFit share Quatromoney's mission for college cost transparency but also the belief that technology can improve families ability to make college more affordable," said Patrick Kandianis, Quatromoney’s CEO & Co-Founder.
GSV Ventures announced Quatromoney among the 200 seed and bootstrapped companies across six continents that will present at the 2020 ASU GSV Summit as part of the inaugural GSV Cup sponsored by Google Cloud.