A Deep Dive Into Campus-Based Programs

Webinars LogoAir Date: August 1, 2018
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $120 Members, $240 Non-Members. Free for webinar package purchasers and Value Plus members, but users must register in advance.
Available Until: July 31, 2019

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In this webinar, we will review the Campus-Based common provisions with a focus on the matching requirements and the carry-forward and carry-back options. We will also review the Federal Work-Study program student and employer eligibility requirements, student earnings during periods of attendance and nonattendance, as well as FSEOG award amounts and selection groups. We will briefly discuss the expiration of the Federal Perkins Loan program. Join Tiffany Gibbs, NASFAA Compliance Products Manager, for a closer look at these often confusing requirements.


TIffany Gibbs

Tiffany Gibbs, Presenter
Compliance Products Manager

David Futrell

David Futrell, Moderator
Knowledgebase & AskRegs Manager



  • Shannon Crossland, Interim Executive Director, Texas Tech University 
  • Josh Leonard, Assistant Director for Operations and Employment Programs, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Bob Walker, Student Aid Director, University of Montevallo
  • Joan Zanders, Director of Financial Aid & Enrollment Support, Northern Virginia Community College

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