NASFAA again surveyed financial aid professionals to better understand how regulatory
changes affect aid offices.
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NASFAA president Justin Draeger reviews the key findings of the updated Administrative Burden Survey.
Potential implications of implementing prior-prior year are explored in this RADD Phase 3 release.
Report showed 70 percent of applications saw no change in Pell Grant eligibility when shifting from PY to PPY data.
Holding schools partially accountable when their student borrowers default could reduce student debt, Sen. Alexander said.
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NPRM would clarify how previously passed coursework is treated for title IV eligibility purposes, and more.
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