An Update from NASFAA President Justin Draeger

April 5, 2021

Dear NASFAA colleague,

Due in part to ongoing restrictions in the D.C. area and at our conference venue, we have made the difficult decision to pivot to a 100% virtual national conference, which will take place the week of June 21-25, 2021. And as a big THANK YOU to all NASFAA members, we are offering this entire virtual conference for $99 per institution. 

Thanks to our NASFAA Conference Program Task Force and willing volunteers from the NASFAA membership, we’ve already developed robust programming that will benefit you and your colleagues.

We know many of your schools are facing reduced enrollment, state disinvestment, budgetary challenges, and increased administrative burden. Thanks to strong member renewals this last year, we are fiscally sound enough to offer this programming at this low rate for all members who have renewed their NASFAA membership for the 2021-22 year, or who are planning on renewing

That means for one low registration fee of just $99, everyone on your NASFAA membership roster can attend conference sessions, participate in group discussions, connect virtually with sponsors, and access the on-demand recordings of live sessions post-conference. 

For Those Who Previously Registered: If you previously registered for either the planned on-site convening that was to be held June 28-29 in National Harbor, Maryland, or the NASFAA 2021 Conference Retrospectives, your registration will be automatically canceled, you will not be  invoiced, and no money is due. Please note, your prior registration will not be automatically converted to registration for the NASFAA 2021 virtual conference. To participate in the June 21-25 virtual conference, please register your institution now and encourage your staff to complete the secondary registration process for all sessions of interest to them.

You, our members, are the lifeblood of our organization. Though we can’t be together in person this year, we look forward to offering you the same great training you’ve come to expect from the national conference, and we thank you for your continued support.


Justin Draeger, NASFAA President

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