On Demand Webinars

Training - Webinars IconOn demand webinars allow you to participate in a professional development event when it is most convenient for you. With one site license, an unlimited number of staff members can view the webinar and download the materials until the stated expiration date. Webinars cover a variety of topics, and last from 90 to 120 minutes.

150% Subsidized Loan Limitation: Meeting the Challenge!

Expires November 17, 2014 - Although this July will mark one year since the 150 percent Direct Subsidized Loan eligibility limitation went into effect, schools still face many challenges in implementing the requirements. This webinar will review the requirements of the 150 percent Direct Subsidized Loan eligibility limitation and will provide best practices for implementing the requirements on campuses.

Consortium Agreements

Available until February 23, 2015 - Consortium agreements expand an institution's ability to broaden a student's educational experience. This webinar examines regulatory requirements associated with this type of agreement, discusses how schools are currently using them to meet students' needs, and highlights good practices from the school perspective.

On Demand Webinars

 On demand webinars allow you and members of your staff to participate in a professional development event when it is most convenient for you.

Preparing for an Audit

Expires October 20, 2014: In this webinar, learn how to prepare for an audit, including how to respond to document requests, how to prepare your staff to interact with auditors, and how to prepare other departments on your campus. Learn what tools are available to assist in your preparation efforts, and receive valuable tips and insights from your experienced colleagues.

Tough Choices: Tackling Loan Indebtedness at Low-Cost Institutions

Expires December 22, 2014 - FREE to members - Does your institutional default rate have you reconsidering your participation in the Direct Loan program? Has your school already dropped out of the loan program? Or have you implemented new default management tactics to keep default rates low? Join NASFAA for a webinar to discuss these issues: “Tough Choices: Tackling Loan Indebtedness at Low-Cost Institutions.” This webinar will feature one institution that chose to leave the loan program and one institution that was considering doing so, but decided to stay in the program. In addition, NASFAA’s staff will also highlight potential policy solutions and related advocacy work.