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NEWS FROM NASFAA

A new report out today from NASFAA documents the experiences students and institutions had with emergency COVID-19 funding, including how institutions doled out those funds to students, and what those students used the emergency funds for – like groceries, books, tuition, and more.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Thursday released a report that found some institutions had improper blanket policies of withholding transcripts to force students to make payments on institutional loans. 

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

We’re not done with the expected family contribution (EFC) yet, so what are the changes for the 2023-24 application and processing cycle? What information will your students need to complete the FAFSA for the upcoming school year? Join NASFAA's Norma Robinson and Eunice Powell next Wednesday, October 12, 2022, to review key aspects of the application process, address updates to the FAFSA application – including those made as a result of the FAFSA Simplification Act - and discuss answers to frequently asked questions. Register now. 

If your goal is to become a financial aid director, we invite you to participate in a professional development opportunity designed especially for you, Aspiring Director Group Coaching, facilitated by Blue Icon Advisors. Over six weeks, you'll build leadership skills, network with your peers, and dig deep into enrollment management, compliance issues, and more. The next cohort is the only one being offered this fall and begins October 24 — register by October 21 to secure your spot!

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