Member institutions who have gone through Standards of Excellence (SOE) Review Program applaud the comprehensive evaluation of their federal financial aid operations. But they also had to justify their request for having one. We developed the following resources to help you explain the importance of having an SOE review.
- Consumer Information: Not Just a Job for Financial Aid
The reality is there are numerous campus departments responsible for compliance with consumer information requirements.
- SOE Quiz: Does Your School Need a Peer Review
How do you know if your school really needs a peer review? Take this quiz to find out.
- How Does Financial Aid Compliance Affect Your School?
The consequences of not adhering to the established laws, regulations, and published guidance can have far-reaching effects on both your school and students.
- Five Methods to Finance for Your Peer Review
Learn ways to think strategically about how to finance your peer review.
- What's in Your Audit?
Compare NASFAA’s peer review services with your school’s annual audit requirements.
- 10 Common Questions Schools Have about Federal Program Reviews
Hearing the phrase "program review" often generates questions among financial aid administrators, but we provide answers in this whitepaper.
- You Don’t Have to Dread the Call from ED
Learn from one school’s experience on how to avoid, resolve, or prevent federal Program Review Findings with NASFAA’s Peer Review Services.
- A Pyramid Approach
A NASFAA peer review doesn’t just evaluate your school’s compliance with Title IV rules, but looks holistically at your institution.
- What Can I Expect Before, During, and After a Peer Review?
Let's take a minute to go behind the scenes so you can learn what a NASFAA peer review entails.
- SOE: Celebrating 20 Years of Excellence
SOE's peer reviews had to be comprehensive, confidential, objective, supportive, and voluntary - all while maintaining NASFAA's extremely high standards.
Want more information about the SOE Review Program?
Complete the information request form or contact NASFAA’s SOE Administrator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (202) 785-6953.