Exploring Ethics

Exploring EthicsThis series aims to spark discussion among NASFAA members about how NASFAA's Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct can be applied to their day-to-day work in financial aid.

If you have an ethical situation you’d like us to explore, please email your question to ethics@nasfaa.org. The information you send will be used solely for the purposes of an anonymous case study. If you would like to provide a written reaction to a future case study, please email ethics@nasfaa.org to volunteer.

  • What Would You Do? Exploring Ethics In Debt Conversations
    March 16, 2015 - This new series, Exploring Ethics, aims to open discussion between NASFAA members about how to apply the association’s Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct through case studies.  If you have an ethical situation you’d like us to e...
  • What Would You Do? Exploring Ethics In FAFSA Data Sharing
    December 17, 2014 - Financial aid administrators know that FAFSA data must be used only for the application, awarding, and administration of financial aid—so requests to share data can present aid office staff with an ethical dilemma. In this case study from Decem...
  • What Would You Do? Exploring Ethics In Award Letters
    October 29, 2014 - NASFAA's Exploring Ethics series presents detailed case studies to open discussion between NASFAA members about how to apply the association's Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct to real life. In this case study from October 2014, we take a look a...
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