Members discussed critical higher education issues facing financial aid offices and students.
Recommendations made by the NASFAA Task Force are available in the newly-published report.
The "MVP" series spotlights NASFAA members of interest. Neville Brown talks about giving back, and giving hope in the financial aid profession.
Learn about strategies aid administrators are using to help their students become more financially literate.
The newest article in the Opening Doors series profiles Andrea Velazquez, at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Amy Weinstein explains how award displacement can undermine the value of scholarships.
NASFAA's task force suggests changes to current consumer information requirements.
College enrollment dropped by nearly half a million between 2012 and 2013; largest drop since before the recent recession.
There is a need for more oversight of students who inaccurately report their income, said a report released by OIG.
Will we continue to see the rates stay low for the foreseeable future? Most economists say yes.
The 2011 three-year rate marks the complete transition to only three-year Cohort Default Rates.
"The incidence of borrowers with loans held by multiple lenders and serviced by more than one servicer has increased," ED said.
The latest issue of Journal of Student Financial Aid is now available at the JSFA repository and micro-site.
Components for the 2013-14 Self-Evaluation Guide for Institutional Participation in Title IV and Other Federal Programs are available.
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