Meritorious Achievement Award
This award is presented to an individual who has made an important contribution to the Association or to the profession. To receive a Meritorious Achievement Award the individual should have made either:
- An important single contribution to the Association or the profession; or
- Significant multiple contributions to the Association or the profession.
As an example, Ruth Burns was honored for her developmental work on the original NASFAA Encyclopedia of Student Financial Aid.
The nomination process is now closed. The 2015 winners will be announced at the 2015 NASFAA National Conference in New Orleans, LA.
2013-14 Meritorious Achievement Award Winner
There were no recipients of this award in 2014. However, the past winners list is available in PDF format.