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With the impending restoration of Pell Grants for incarcerated individuals becoming closer to a reality through congressional and regulatory actions, higher education stakeholders ranging from colleges and accreditors to corrections agencies and the Department of Education (ED) will need to begin preparations to ensure the programming expansion reaches eligible students.
In late 2020, the NASFAA Board of Directors voted to update the NASFAA Code of Conduct regarding aid offer requirements. Recently, NASFAA has taken the initiative to update its aid offer models to reflect these changes and provide institutions with an example of how they could create their aid offers to accurately include all required NASFAA aid offer code of conduct components. Updated models for graduate and dependent student aid offers are now available.
NASFAA's 2022-23 Self-Study Guides are now available as downloadable PDF documents. Written for the independent learner, each Self-Study Guide includes multiple lessons with a variety of exercises to reinforce each lesson. You'll study independently and take quizzes in a traditional paper format (not online). Then you can qualify to take the related credential test and potentially earn a NASFAA Professional Credential. Each purchase grants everybody on your roster access to download that topic. Additionally, all Self-Study Guides are included in Value Plus memberships, and Value memberships include six specific Self-Study Guide topics. Any available item is indicated with an "Access" button throughout the site. Be sure you're logged in, and that your NASFAA membership is paid in full so "Access" displays for included items; review your membership invoice online.
Please join us in giving NASFAA's newest members — College of Alameda; Florida Institute of Recording Sound and Technology; Humacao Community College; Kiamichi Tech; Pamlico Community College; and Tenaj Salon Institute — a warm welcome. This month we also have the pleasure of welcoming back the following institutions as NASFAA members: Benedict College; Caribbean University; Fayette County Career & Technical Institute; Fayetteville State University; Pacific College of Health Sciences; Pacific University; Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics; Pratt Institute; Shawnee Community College; Thomas More University; and Tulsa Technology Center District 18. We are glad to have all of you as NASFAA members. We encourage you to check out our Events Calendar for a look at upcoming professional development opportunities and to utilize NASFAA's Membership Directory, Speaker and Mentor Professional Directory, and Volunteer and Leadership Directory to help you better engage and connect with your financial aid peers across the country.