On Demand Webinars

Webinars LogoOn 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.


  • Nontraditional Program Issues
    January 27, 2016 - This webinar will review the characteristics of nontraditional programs and coursework and the impact these types of programs have on processing and disbursing Direct Loans.
  • Town Hall
    January 12, 2016 - NASFAA Town Hall webinars provide an opportunity for the NASFAA membership to ask policy and regulatory questions. NASFAA staff will be on hand to answer questions and offer explanations.
  • 2016-2017 Verification
    December 16, 2015 - This webinar reviews verification requirements for 2016-2017, including FAFSA information subject to verification and acceptable documentation.
  • Title IV Funds Late Disbursements
    November 18, 2015 - This webinar will discuss student eligibility and institutional requirements, as well as review successful practices institutions are using to comply with late disbursement regulatory requirements.
  • Best Practices in Customer Service
    October 28, 2015 - This webinar shares best practices in customer service and how you can apply these skills in your office.
  • Graduate and Professional Town Hall
    October 21, 2015 - NASFAA is providing this town hall webinar as a forum for graduate and professional aid administrators to discuss current issues of concern for graduate & professional students and aid administrators.
  • Washington Update
    October 15, 2015 - Which way is the wind blowing on Capitol Hill? NASFAA President Justin Draeger will provide his insights into the news emanating from Congress and the White House.
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeals
    September 30, 2015 - This webinar examines options for appealing a SAP determination, and how schools can use the appeal process to help students re-establish their Title IV eligibility.
  • Are You Up To Code? NASFAA's Code Of Conduct Outlines Ethical Guidelines for FAAs
    April 27, 2015 - Did you know that NASFAA offers detailed ethical guidelines to govern the conduct of financial aid professionals? Compliance with our Code of Conduct isn’t just an expectation of NASFAA membership, it’s an opportunity to signal ...
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