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Join Kochie Vaughan from NASFAA in this engaging webinar as she tests your knowledge on a variety of financial aid topics. Have fun learning and see which staff members in your office should win the NASFAA Quiz Show Championship!
Well thought-out and compliant cyber security and data privacy policies and practices have become increasingly critical to campus operations. This panel of aid administrators will share their best practices around this topic.
Do you have questions about what it takes to maintain the FAAC® designation after you have earned it? Join us to hear directly from current FAACs about their personal experience with NASFAA’s Certified Financial Aid Administrator Program.
Join David Futrell, NASFAA's Knowledgebase and AskRegs Manager, as he answers questions related to consortium agreements and study abroad considerations, and discusses challenging issues related to written arrangements.
NASFAA Policy Update webinars provide an opportunity for the NASFAA membership to ask policy and regulatory questions. NASFAA staff will be on hand to answer questions and offer explanations.
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.
Using screenshare, Tiffany Gibbs, NASFAA's Compliance Products Manager, will provide a guided tour through each module and provide ideas about how you school can best use these tools on your campus.
Policies & Procedures (P&Ps) are challenging to tackle! What do I write? Who needs to be involved? When will I find time? How can I organize it all? But P&Ps are critical for remaining administratively capable with the Department of Education. To help you stop hiding from your P&Ps, Blue Icon Advisors, NASFAA Consulting, will share some of the lessons learned through the P&P projects we tackled for schools this year.
Criminals and bad actors are targeting coronavirus response funds, seizing on every opportunity they can in this time of crisis to steal or intentionally misuse this money, including preying on students; schools; and Federal, State, and local government agencies. The Office of Inspector General (OIG), through its Special Investigations Unit, is working to identify, prevent, and stop the criminals and bad actors who seek to steal or misuse these funds. The OIG Special Investigations Unit is composed of professional criminal investigators with decades of experience in conducting education-related investigations and stopping education-focused fraud schemes involving Federal education programs. Many of those investigations started with a call to the OIG by a person who suspected fraud. That is how we were able to stop it. That is why we need your help to identify potential coronavirus fraud and report it to the OIG.
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.
We hear much about devoting proper attention to our physical health during times of stress; what about attending to our mental health during especially busy times? Dr. Philip Hawkins will discuss how life got suddenly interrupted by a major depression from too many competing life demands and how he has transformed through lessons of recovery that guide him on a new and improved life journey.