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The effort to modernize Federal Student Aid (FSA) technology and operations has proven to be a time-consuming and costly process, as evidenced by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) providing more than a dozen recommendations for FSA to consider to make needed improvements to the student, parent, and partner experience with the federal student aid system.
Don't miss your chance to join us February 5-8 in Washington, D.C. for NASFAA's 2023 Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo. The conference features five different learning opportunities to further your professional goals: Association Leadership, Compliance Management, Strategic Enrollment Management, Succession Planning, and the FAAC® Forum, available exclusively to those who hold the FAAC designation. Learn more about the conference, view the tentative agenda, and register today to secure your seat.
Blue Icon Advisors, NASFAA Consulting, is launching a new group coaching experience focused on helping you identify, evaluate, develop, and maintain your policies and procedures. This six-week experience will provide you with practical experiences you can apply right away in your own financial aid office. Registration closes January 6, 2023. Secure your spot today!
Financial wellness programs continue to grow in popularity on college campuses and financial aid offices play a key role in implementing successful programming. On Tuesday, November 15 at 2:00 p.m. ET, join guest presenters from Trellis Company for an overview of its Student Financial Wellness Survey (SFWS), which covers a broad range of topics including: financial behaviors and decision-making, financial knowledge, paying for college, financial security, basic needs security, and mental health. Attendees will also hear from two institutions about their experience participating in the survey and the various ways they have used the information in their financial aid offices and throughout the institution. Register now.