NASFAA again surveyed financial aid professionals to better understand how regulatory
changes affect aid offices.
Calling all creative minds! Tell NASFAA how you would reform financial aid policy.
Learn more about the groups and people NASFAA works with to advance higher education and financial aid policies.
NASFAA president Justin Draeger reviews the key findings of the updated Administrative Burden Survey.
There will always be more to do, but it's important to also recognize and celebrate success in the financial aid office.
Can we go along for the ride, Mr. Ethics?
Ideal for teaching financial aid fundamentals to individuals with less than two years experience.
Would provide almost $148 billion in postsecondary grants, loans, and work-study to 13.2 million students.
TG report, a NASFAA collaboration, finds borrowers learn little about responsible borrowing through entrance counseling.
An 11th-hour suggestion from NASFAA member Helen Faith proved to be lynchpin needed for compromise.
Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Training heard from witnesses about programs states and institutions have in place.
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