May 19, 2014 - Colleges and universities are increasingly seeking out state authorization for distance education programs, indicating a broader acceptance of programs designed to provide countless students with access to higher education – along with a greater role from financial aid offices. One NASFAA member has been in the game for about 14 years and shares their wisdom with us in this latest Voices from the Aid Office article.
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