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A hearing to consider the Biden administration’s proposed borrower defense settlement that would discharge the loans of 200,000 defrauded borrowers — originally scheduled for next week — has been delayed so the court can consider a pair of motions that seek to contest the agreement.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

NASFAA is seeking an experienced Web & Marketing Specialist to join its Communications department. This position is responsible for the coordination and delivery of the association's online content and marketing efforts. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, this person will create web pages, develop web-targeted content, maintain site structure, and ensure usability for members/readers. Further, this person will serve as an editorial guide and point of contact for internal stakeholders, working to cultivate content and multimedia elements for NASFAA's sites that are timely, interesting, relevant, and facilitate regular visitors. In consultation with the Director of Marketing, this position will devise and carry out comprehensive social media strategies and marketing plans for NASFAA's products and services. Interested applicants should apply online by July 29, 2022 for full consideration.

This interactive course, beginning September 6, has been expanded to five weeks and is perfect for both new and seasoned financial aid professionals. Course participants will learn what happens to Title IV funds when a student withdraws before completing the period of enrollment, withdrawal from programs offered in modules, the Return of Title IV Funds Freeze Date, and how to apply the R2T4 formula to calculate the amount the school must return to the Title IV programs, or the amounts the student could receive as post-withdrawal disbursement. Upon passing the course, you will receive complimentary access to the credential test. Learn how to qualify for the Return of Title IV Funds Specialist Designation with this course. This class will sell out quickly — register now!

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