Date Recorded: August 7, 2019
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: Free for Value Plus and Webinar Package
$120.00 for other members
$240.00 for Non-members
Professional judgment and need analysis are terms familiar to all financial aid administrators. But did you realize how they complement each other -- like peanut butter and jelly? In this webinar, we will start with a very high level overview of both professional judgment and need analysis. Then we will take a deeper dive to examine how these two foundational concepts work together. For instance, when you make a professional judgment determination, how do you decide what type of adjustment to make. Do you adjust the student's or parents' adjusted gross income? Assets? Maybe you adjust a component of the cost of attendance. Would you achieve different results based on which of these options you choose? Join NASFAA's Amanda Sharp and David Tolman, along with Brad Barnett, Director of Financial Aid & Scholarships at James Madison University, as they explore some of the nuances of PJ and need analysis.
Amanda Sharp, Presenter
Online Training & Instruction Manager
David Tolman, Presenter
Instructional Design & Content Specialist
Brad Barnett, Panelist
Director of Financial Aid & Scholarships
James Madison University
Eunice Powell, Moderator
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