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?
Decade after they were high school sophomores, 84 % of study participants had completed at least some higher education.
The schools saw declines in enrollment, loan dollar amounts, and participants in PLUS Loan program.
Though overwhelming majority think postsecondary ed is important, most do not think it is affordable for those who need it.
If you know students who may fit the criteria, please encourage them to apply by Wednesday, April 29.
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