Global Turns 25

Delivering the best in financial aid solutions since 1996

Thank you for 25 amazing years in business.

As Global approaches our silver milestone on April 1, we look back in gratitude at the opportunities we’ve had to serve our clients and, in turn, help students achieve their goal of attending college. We look forward to bringing the achievements and lessons from the past 25 years with us into the years ahead, and as we celebrate our anniversary throughout 2021, we continue to appreciate the people who are the foundation of Global’s success.

Since our founding, Global has worked with financial aid offices at hundreds of institutions of higher learning. We have never had a client program review result in any significant finding due to eligibility determination and awarding by Global. In addition, the company’s solutions have worked for institutions of all types and sizes, from single-campus technical colleges and multi-campus community college districts to university systems and online universities.

“We’re grateful for the opportunity to help financial aid offices administer Title IV funding compliantly for 25 years and, as a result, to help many students achieve their goals of attending college,” said CEO Jimmy Addison, who is a company founder. The company’s leadership brings more than 100 years of combined best-practice experience and expertise to the industry to create state-of-the-art administrative and hosted software solutions.

In 2020 alone, Global processed nearly $1 billion in Title IV federal student aid, which helps students achieve a higher education and hopefully realize an opportunity that has the potential to change a life.

In keeping with a company goal to help students and financial aid operations achieve success, Global remains committed to delivering high-quality file review and back office services, strategic consulting recommendations and intuitive technology solutions.

Global owes our success to our clients and employees. We look forward to supporting students, financial aid teams, and colleges and universities in the years ahead.