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AccessLex Institute. Professional development has to meet the moment, and the AccessLex Summer Webinar Series was designed with that as its guide. With a full agenda centered on facing the challenges of a post-pandemic campus — and world — this series of trainings has something for everyone with a hand in law student success.
With the introduction of President Joe Biden's American Family Plan this week, there are now four different free college plans that have been introduced in the last month. NASFAA has a created a high-level comparison chart to help its members differentiate between the plans. The chart will be updated as we receive any new information, or legislation. The chart can be found on NASFAA's Higher Education Act Reauthorization page under Resources.
This AskRegs Knowledgebase Q&A was updated on April 29, 2021 to announce the availability of the R2T4 Lump Sum Reporting page in the Common Origination and Disbursement (COD) System, per the April 28, 2021 Electronic Announcement. View the full answer to this question to learn more and search for answers to your other pressing regulatory and compliance questions in NASFAA's AskRegs Knowledgebase.
Thanks to everyone who took a trip through the Student Aid Reference Desk scavenger hunt last week! We are pleased to announce our five randomly selected winners are: Erin Phillips of Central Piedmont Community College; Roxanne Johnson of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Brook Keisler of the University of South Carolina at Aiken; Melissa Rystad of Rasmussen College; and Adrianne O'Keefe of Maryville University of Saint Louis. Filled with direct links to federal regulation and guidance, legislative text, and analysis, consider the Ref Desk your one-stop shop to find what you need, when you need it. Complete this form with your scavenger hunt answers to be entered to win next week's prize.
Please join us in congratulating Cynthia Pollard, executive director of student financial services and financial aid at Warner Pacific University, who will retire in May after 20 years of working in financial aid. Celebrate your career developments by completing the "Movers and Shakers" form to share the news with your colleagues. We'll review your submission and then post your update to our Movers and Shakers page for all to see.