NASFAA members offer a glimpse into what keeps their financial aid office busy this time of year.
NASFAA has created a comparison guide for the recent interest rate proposals.
Board members and NASFAA leadership advocated for better policies designed to benefit students.
The next article in this series discusses consumer requirements investigation and improvements.
Daniel Davenport discusses a full frontal disclosure strategy in the student loan arena.
Diverse group of aid admins, policy analysts, and doctoral students will aid in development of the Journal.
“Other Untaxed Income” will be added to the list of verification items for the 2014-15 application year.
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Survey data used to examine borrowing from the perspective of community college financial aid counselors.
New tools and an all-new issue are featured in the Journal of Student Financial Aid repository and micro-site.
The Self-Evaluation Guide for Institutional Participation in Title IV and Other Federal Programs is being released in several phases- check out what's now available.
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