Date Recorded: October 23, 2019
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: Free for Value Plus and Webinar Package
$120.00 for other members
$240.00 for Non-members
Do you know when and why to make changes to FAFSA data? Is it a change as a result of verification, or did you find conflicting information that had to be resolved? What if an update is needed because something that was correct at the time the FAFSA was filed is now wrong? What’s the difference between a correction and an update? Join NASFAA's Lissa Powell as she takes a look at what can be changed, when we can make changes and why we can make changes to FAFSA data.
Lissa Powell, Presenter
Training Content and Presentation Specialist
Susan Shogren, Moderator
Certification & Credentialing Manager
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