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ELM Resources. We can't wait to be together again in Austin, TX! With processing season coming up soon, let us ensure that your certifications and disbursements are optimized for efficiency. Whether you are an existing ELM partner or not, we can help! Contact us and schedule 15 minutes at the NASFAA conference (or virtually) to make the summer of 2022 a little easier on your office. See you there!
In a new report, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is seeking to identify which types of student loan borrowers will struggle to resume repayment once the pause on monthly payments and interest accrual comes to an end, finding that more than 5 million face heightened risk factors. CFPB said that while the relief is currently slated to end this calendar year, there remains significant uncertainty as to how financially ready borrowers will be when the time comes to resume monthly payments.
NASFAA is seeking a volunteer to write a book chapter on fiscal issues in strategic enrollment management. If you have expertise in this area and would enjoy sharing your knowledge with NASFAA members by authoring a chapter for our forthcoming book, please send a brief email to the editor, Linda Conard, at [email protected] or [email protected] by Wednesday, April 27, 2022 describing your experience and background.
Have you looked at NASFAA's events calendar recently? Coming up in May, National Chair Brent Tener and NASFAA President Justin Draeger will present at the WASFAA (Western) Annual Conference in Las Vegas, while Vice President for Public Policy and Federal Relations Karen McCarthy heads to Minnesota for the MAFAA 2022 Spring Conference. Later in the month, Director of Government Relations Rachel Gentry will virtually present on a CASFAA (California) webinar, and Vice President of Professional Development & Institutional Compliance Dana Kelly will present at the FASFAA Annual Conference. Head to the Events Calendar to get all the details on these and other upcoming events.