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President Joe Biden on Monday announced that the Department of Education’s (ED) application for student loan cancellation is open and ready for eligible borrowers to fill out. According to the administration, over 8 million borrowers utilized the beta testing version of the form over the weekend.

Jacquelyn LeSueur

Meet Jacquelyn LeSueur. Jacquelyn got her start in financial aid shortly after completing her bachelor's degree from Mississippi State University and working as an administrative assistant at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. She quickly hit the ground running in the profession by becoming a financial aid counselor and drew on her own experiences with financial aid as an undergraduate.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

What makes a strong candidate for NASFAA National Chair? We are seeking someone who works full-time at a NASFAA member institution, has demonstrated leadership at the state or regional level, has experience with facilitating meetings and public speaking, and is committed to upholding NASFAA’s code of ethics. If you — or anyone you know — fits the bill, please nominate yourself or a qualified colleague for the role of NASFAA National Chair by Wednesday, November 2 at 5:00 p.m. ET. Nominations are also being accepted for representatives-at-large.

Seasonal change is in the air, are your P&Ps up to date? Join your colleagues and Blue Icon Advisors this Thursday, October 20, for a discussion about how you can maintain and manage your P&Ps. As we all know P&Ps are not documented once and forgotten! There's no cost to attend, but registration is required — save your spot today! Be sure to check the full Let's Talk schedule to see what other sessions are coming soon.

This webinar provides an overview of 2023-24 verification requirements and highlights any new or changed data element and documentation requirements. It will focus on some complicated cases and concerns that come up year after year. Join David Futrell, NASFAA director of institutional compliance, on Wednesday, October 26, 2022, as he leads you through the latest verification requirements and challenging issues. Please note this webinar is a full two hours. Register Now.

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