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NASFAA is excited to welcome Richard Davis Jr. as the 2021 Dallas Martin Endowment (DME) Policy Intern. Currently a student in the Masters of Public Administration program at Louisiana State University, Richard received a bachelor's degree in middle school education from Southeastern Louisiana University, where he also served as Student Body President. Richard has also served as a student member of the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors, as the student representative on the advisory board for the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance, and as a Lamar Governor's Fellow with the Louisiana Office of the Governor. Richard brings a passion for improving educational access and attainment, with a special focus on historically underrepresented populations, including first-generation, low-income, and minority students. We look forward to having Richard with us this summer — keep an eye out for his introductory article coming soon!
No. According to Q&A #17 (and supported by Q&A #11 and #14) of the Department of Education's HEERF III Frequently Asked Questions, this is not permissible. 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.
No. According to Q&A #15 and #16 in the HEERF III Frequently Asked Questions, HEERF I, HEERF II, and HEERF III grants awarded to students are not treated as estimated financial assistance (EFA) when packaging students. 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.
Yes. There is nothing in the Federal Work-Study (FWS) regulations that would prevent a student from working remotely via telework or telecommuting. However, there could be logistical issues for properly supervising the student’s work. 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.
Join NASFAA President Justin Draeger and NASFAA staff from the AskRegs and Policy teams on Friday, May 21 at 2:00 p.m. ET as they review and follow up on the most recently passed COVID-19 legislation and guidance from the Department of Education, and answer some of the most common questions related to Title IV and COVID-19. Time will be provided for open Q&A during this 90-minute webinar. Register now.