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Inceptia. Will resuming student loan repayments sneak up on your borrowers? How about on your staff? With changes in plans and servicing, the ramifications of returning to repayment will be a challenge. We can help you stay ahead of the curve for your students and your office. Watch Reengaging Student Borrowers to learn more.
As of Wednesday morning, it’s unclear which party will control the House and Senate as votes are still being counted and key races remain too close to call. Currently, The New York Times predicts the Senate will lean Democratic, while Republicans will likely take the House. The races that have been called include John Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, who won the state’s open Senate seat. J.D. Vance, author of “Hillbilly Elegy,” defeated Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan in Ohio’s Senate race. And Sen. Patty Murray, chair of the Senate education committee, won reelection — though the Senate education committee will likely see new leadership during the next congressional session. The key Senate races yet to be called include Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, and Wisconsin. Stay tuned to Today’s News and “Off The Cuff” for more election results.
"Growth" was the word of the year for Blue Icon Advisors, NASFAA Consulting. Not only has Blue Icon grown in the number, size, and scope of projects, but they have also increased the number of their independent consultants and staff. This growth is important to the continued expansion of Blue Icon's consulting services. The number of contracts signed has nearly doubled each year since Blue Icon launched in 2019, with a total of 183 projects across 127 schools through June 2022. Read more on pages 30-32 of NASFAA Now, our annual impact report.
NASFAA's Board of Directors is here to represent you and is seeking your input. Please email any questions or comments you might have directly to a member of the NASFAA Board by clicking on their name on our Board Member Bios page. Questions or feedback may pertain to NASFAA products and services, membership benefits, policy/advocacy issues, or any other topic you would like to bring before the Board. The Board will compile and discuss at the December 5-6, 2022, Board meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz. We welcome your insight.
First up on NASFAA U's 2023 schedule is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). This four-week interactive course will focus on an overview of the required and optional elements of an institutional SAP policy. Course topics include calculating pace, student appeals, the impact of transfer credits, and the use of academic plans. This class is perfect for aid administrators at any level. Upon passing the course, you will receive complimentary access to the credential test. Register now!
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