NASFAA brings continuing education to you via livestreamed webinars and recorded sessions that you can view on-demand. You can invite an unlimited number of people from your organization to participate with just one site license. Learn at your desk, huddle up with others around a computer, or watch with a large group in a conference room. Webinars cover a variety of topics and last from 60 to 90 minutes. Get a preview.
All webinars begin at 2:00 pm ET, unless otherwise noted. On-demand archives are usually available after the webinar for purchase; these archives are also free to webinar package purchasers.
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Active NASFAA members should consider the webinar package. You'll get all of the 2019-20 Live and On-Demand webinars for a single price, and the package allows everyone at your institution or organization to register for as many as they like.
All available webinars are listed by date; check back often as new webinars may be added.
Explore with NASFAA Staff scenarios where changes in a student's enrollment may, or may not, affect the student's Pell Grant.
NASFAA Policy Update 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.
What are the differences between standard terms, nonstandard terms, and programs without terms? How do these different types of academic calendars impact the overall administration of the Title IV programs? How do modules, summer terms, and intersessions fit in? As academic departments continue to explore new ways to deliver academic programs, it is essential to understand how those changes can affect the Title IV programs you offer and impact your students.
The topic of this webinar will be announced later in the 2019-20 Webinar Series. Watch Today's News for the latest updates.
The description of this webinar will be announced later in the 2019-20 Webinar Series. Watch Today's News for the latest updates.
On-Demand events are usually available for a year after recording date, regardless of purchase date. NASFAA reserves the right to remove access to an On-Demand webinar sooner for content considerations. If you registered for the live webinar, you do not need to also register for the On-Demand item; you'll be notified when it is available for viewing.
This webinar provides an overview of 2020-21 verification requirements and highlights any new or changed data element and documentation requirements.
Join this webinar to learn from schools that have gone through a program review how to prepare, the review process itself, and responding to the report. We'll also highlight the NASFAA tools and services that can equip you for a review.
Do you know when and why to make changes to FAFSA data? Is it a change as a result of verification, or did you find conflicting information that had to be resolved? What if an update is needed because something that was correct at the time the FAFSA was filed is now wrong? What’s the difference between a correction and an update?
Join NASFAA staff in a discussion of changes to 2020-21 FAFSA questions, updates to the FAFSA mobile app, and spend some time on changes to the tables used to calculate the expected family contribution (EFC) of students.
Get a tour of the two modules of the Compliance Engine: the Self-Evaluation Checklists and the P&P Builder. The Self-Evaluation Checklist is designed allow schools to audit campus policies and procedures while the P&P Builder provides a central location where your school can create and house its Policies and Procedures manual.