Date: January 22, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: Free for Value Plus and Webinar Package
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What are the differences between standard terms, nonstandard terms, and programs without terms? How do these different types of academic calendars impact the overall administration of the Title IV programs? How do modules, summer terms, and intersessions fit in? As academic departments continue to explore new ways to deliver academic programs, it is essential to understand how those changes can affect the Title IV programs you offer and impact your students. Join NASFAA's Joe Massman, Regulatory Specialist, and Susan Shogren, Certification and Credentialing Manager, to explore basic concepts that will help inform your conversations and choices about program structure.
Joe Massman, Presenter
Susan Shogren, Presenter
Certification & Credentialing Manager
David Tolman, Moderator
Instructional Design & Content Specialist
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