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NEWS FROM NASFAA

Welcome to NASFAA's "Altitude" — a new Today's News series that aims to provide a 30,000-foot view on the intersections of economics, public policy, management, and student financial aid. Look for an assortment of links, reactions, conversations, and other missives from NASFAA President Justin Draeger and others. It may be easier to say what this series isn't: a place to find answers to tough regulatory and implementation questions. We'll be trying out this series over the next few months, so please send us your comments and follow us on Twitter

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

They don't all end at the same time. See the COVID-19 Title IV Flexibilities and Waivers as of January 15, 2021 for the respective end dates for the various flexibilities. This chart is attached to the January 15, 2021 Electronic Announcement and is available under Resources in the AskRegs Knowledgebase. View the full answer to this question to learn more.

NASFAA is hiring! We're looking for a full-time Government Relations and Policy Associate with skills and interest in public policy analysis and advocacy to become a member of the Policy & Federal Relations team. The person selected will operate in a fast-paced environment and will manage multiple tasks simultaneously, assisting with the team's analysis of timely higher education legislation and contributing to NASFAA's government relations and advocacy efforts at both the federal and state levels. Read the full job description, and if interested, apply by January 26, 2022 for full consideration.

Every year, NASFAA recognizes outstanding members and other higher education stakeholders for their achievements and contributions to financial aid, students, and/or NASFAA. Nominate your colleagues for awards such as the Gold Star Award, the Robert P. Huff Golden Quill Award, and the Allan W. Purdy Distinguished Service Award, among others. Award winners will be announced this summer at the NASFAA 2022 national conference in Austin, Texas. Nominations are due Feb. 11, 2022 — submit yours today!

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