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NEWS FROM NASFAA

On Friday, NASFAA submitted comments to the Department of Education (ED) on a package of proposed regulations that was negotiated in late 2021 related to college affordability and student loans. This is the second in a series of three articles that will be published this week to delve into the details of the proposal. Today’s article will focus on loan discharges for total and permanent disability, closed schools, and false certification.

Support for free two-year and four-year public college leapt up this year after reaching a low point in 2021 but partisan divides among Republicans and Democrats remain strong, according to a new survey by Education Next. 

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Trellis Research is offering the opportunity to participate at no cost in the Student Financial Wellness Survey (SFWS). The SFWS is a self-reported, online survey aimed at exploring the connection between student finances and student success. The survey helps institutions gain pivotal insights into student finances on their own campus. Participation in the SFWS is free and all participating institutions receive a school-level report of findings with comparison response groups from their sector as well as an infographic that highlights high level data points. Learn more about the SFWS or email [email protected] with any questions. Participation materials are due by September 26.

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