NASFAA to Maintain Operational Continuity During HQ Closure

Updated April 16, 2020: In light of the new challenges brought by the novel coronavirus, the NASFAA Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 National Conference in Las Vegas this summer. We want to thank all those who registered for NASFAA 2020. Dedicated members like you are the lifeblood of NASFAA and we are dedicated to supporting you, keeping you safe, and making sure you get the training you need, delivered the way you need it. We look forward to seeing you in National Harbor, MD in 2021! Read our full announcement.

Following federal guidelines to work from home whenever possible for the next 15 days, the NASFAA office has closed until further notice due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. NASFAA has had contingency plans in place for some time to maintain operations through a robust teleworking program.

NASFAA staff are in contact with officials from the U.S. Department of Education and Congress, and continue to issue guidance and answer member questions as they come in. At this time, we expect to be able to maintain current operations with minimal disruptions, but your patience is appreciated as we triage priorities and issues in the face of this unprecedented pandemic.

For more information and resources on how the spread of the novel coronavirus is impacting student financial aid, please refer to NASFAA’s COVID-19 Web Center.

 

 

Publication Date: 4/16/2020


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