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Meet Brent Tener, NASFAA's 2021-22 National Chair! Brent started his financial aid career at Wichita State University and currently serves as executive director of student financial aid and scholarships at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Having accrued over 30 years of experience as a financial aid administrator, Brent has worked with financial aid professionals across the country while serving in varying capacities in state, regional, and national associations.
NASFAA is excited to launch a new complimentary training opportunity! The new aid officer webinar training series is intended for those with less than two years of professional financial aid experience, but may also serve as refreshers for more experienced aid officers. Access to both the live and on-demand webinars is complementary to NASFAA members. The recordings will be available for one year from the live webinar date. Each session will be approximately 90 minutes in length. Register here.
Yes. Please see NASFAA's 2020 Verification Data and Federal Tax Forms Comparison tool under Resources in the AskRegs Knowledgebase. While it is primarily a verification tool for the 2022-23 award year, it can be used when performing professional judgment (PJ) adjustments for the 2021-22 award year using 2020 "projected-year income." View the full answer to this question to learn more.
Periodically NASFAA takes stock of all its products and services. This August, while we're on a break from recording new podcast episodes, we'd like to evaluate and collect your feedback on NASFAA's "Off The Cuff" Podcast. Please complete this short six-question survey by 5:00 p.m. ET Tuesday, August 17. Your input will help shape future NASFAA podcasts.