Continued investment in student aid programs was the message members brought to Capitol Hill.
This award-winning actor and best-selling author is also dedicated to empowering underserved youth.
In the latest installment of this occasional series, Managing Director of Policy and Federal Relations Megan McClean discusses the the federal budget process.
Updated for the 2014 tax year, this guide details options available for students and parents, and is a great resource to offer in the aid office.
Jason Delisle and Ben Miller discuss some of the speculations on why the year-round Pell Grant program was suspended.
Report is the latest proof that college sticker prices do not equal the bills most students will ultimately receive.
In Sen. Burr's speech he quoted a letter, written by NASFAA President Justin Draeger, supporting the Repay Act of 2015.
Many high school juniors surveyed did not know about the FAFSA or if they would qualify for financial aid.
Promoting competition and innovation and providing accountability to government stakeholders and taxpayers is key.
Recommends adopting “market-based accountability policies" so that institutions share risk of student borrowers.
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