On Demand Webinars
On 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.
- Did You Notice Anything Unusual? - Exercising Professional Judgment
Expires October 14, 2013: Professional judgment (PJ) is a tool available to financial aid administrators when standard cost of attendance elements or FAFSA questions do not accurately reflect a student’s unique circumstances. This interactive webinar will describe best practices in the use of PJ used by other schools. In addition to covering topics, such as when it is, or is not, appropriate to consider the use of PJ, participants will be able to respond to case studies and compare their decisions to those of the larger audience.
- Maximizing Your Capitol Hill Visit
MEMBERS AND ATTENDEES ONLY - COMPLIMENTARY. This webinar outlines the steps to take before coming to DC to meet with representatives; current topics and issues to consider; and what to should expect during a visit to Capitol Hill. Updated for 2013.
- On Demand Webinars
On demand webinars allow you and members of your staff to participate in a professional development event when it is most convenient for you.
- Spending Cuts Online Briefing - NASFAA Members Only
Date presented: March 1, 2013 - NASFAA President Justin Draeger and Director of Federal Relations Megan McClean answer some of the most frequently asked questions about how the sequester (automatic spending cuts) will affect students.
- Strategic Packaging: Who Gets What
Expires July 26, 2013: A school’s packaging policies do more than award funds to students within federal, state, and institutional guidelines. Packaging policies impact an institution’s recruiting and enrollment management goals. This Webinar will explore regulatory requirements, common packaging models, and show you how to structure your packaging philosophy to meet broader institutional goals.
- Working With Students Without a High School Diploma
Expires June 29, 2013: Learn about the requirement that a student have a valid high school diploma, or its equivalent, and the options available for establishing the Title IV eligibility of students who do not. This webinar will examine the equivalents to as well as alternatives of a high school diploma that are acceptable in light of the statutory change eliminating the ability-to-benefit options.