2015 Year in Review: NASFAA's 10 Most-Read Department of Education Announcements

The world of financial aid regulation saw a busy 2015, with the Department of Education issuing numerous electronic announcements on everything from acceptable documentation for verification to guidance on homeless youth determinations. Want to know what the most popular announcements were among NASFAA members? Curious about what you may have missed or need a refresher? Take a look back at the 10 most-read announcements from the Department and share your thoughts on the year's big issues.


Publication Date: 12/21/2015

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