Date: Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $120 Members, $240 Non-Members. Free for webinar package purchasers and Value Plus members, but users must register in advance.
A constant source of confusion for financial aid administrators is when to make a correction, perform an update, or consider a professional judgment (PJ) appeal. In this webinar we will address when it is, or is not, appropriate to consider the use of a correction, update, or PJ. We will also review case studies and provide interactive exercises to illustrate compliance with each procedure.
Eunice Powell, Presenter
Kochie Vaughan, Moderator
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