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Join NASFAA President Justin Draeger and NASFAA staff from the AskRegs and Policy teams as they review and follow-up on the most recently passed COVID-19 legislation and guidance from the Department of Education, and answer some of the most common questions related to Title IV and COVID-19. Time will be provided for open Q&A.
We go “back to basics” and beyond with a review of the fundamental concepts of satisfactory academic progress (SAP) such as the requirement that a school’s academic standards for Title IV recipients be the same as or stricter than those for non-Title IV recipients, frequency of evaluation, and maximum time frame.
Are you interested in the Certified Financial Aid Administrator® (CFAA) Program, but feel a bit intimidated about the Exam? Join us to hear directly from Certified Financial Aid Administrators® about their personal experience with this initial phase of the certification program. Panelists Daniel Barkowitz and Christina Tangalakis will share how they prepared for the exam, what the testing experience was like, and why they believe this designation is worth it. Plan ahead for your journey towards certification by tuning in for this free webinar to learn more about NASFAA's new certification program.
Join NASFAA Staff to explore some of the most frequently asked questions related to R2T4 received by our NASFAA AskRegs service.
NASFAA Policy Update webinars provide an opportunity for the NASFAA membership to ask policy and regulatory questions. NASFAA's annual business meeting will also be a part of this webinar.
On-Demand events are usually available for a year after recording date, regardless of purchase date. NASFAA reserves the right to remove access to an On-Demand webinar sooner for content considerations. If you registered for the live webinar, you do not need to also register for the On-Demand item; you'll be notified when it is available for viewing.
In its commitment to the graduate and professional community, NASFAA is providing this town hall webinar as a forum for graduate and professional aid administrators to discuss current issues of concern for graduate and professional students and aid administrators.
Many financial aid administrators are uniquely qualified to lead enrollment management efforts at colleges and universities, but most vice presidents/vice provosts of enrollment management ascended via admissions. Unfortunately, the training of financial aid professionals focuses so much on the rules that we rarely see ourselves as enrollment leaders who can work in the "gray." This webinar will present a very brief history of enrollment management in colleges and universities and how financial aid administrators can "promote" their skills within the context of an enrollment management division, even if there is no official enrollment management division at your school.
Join NASFAA President Justin Draeger and NASFAA staff from the AskRegs and Policy teams as they review some of the most common questions related to Title IV and COVID-19. Devin Jopp, chief executive officer at the American College Health Association, will be on-hand to provide an overview of how COVID-19 is playing out across America’s campuses. Time will be provided for open Q&A.
Join this webinar to hear from new directors who participated in group coaching with Blue Icon Advisors, NASFAA Consulting, to tackle some common areas of concern for new directors and what they learned in the process.
The presenters will provide case studies of successful methods for establishing financial wellness, building financial wellness programs on campus, and navigating institutional pushback that may occur around financial wellness initiatives.