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NEWS FROM NASFAA

Financial aid professionals across the country again gathered — albeit virtually — for the Office of Federal Student Aid’s (FSA) annual training conference, which kicked off on Tuesday. Chief Operating Officer Richard Cordray welcomed attendees and provided updates on regulatory and programmatic changes, before handing things off to other top officials.

Gena Boling

Meet Gena Boling. Gena got her start in higher education in 2003, first working in student affairs where she focused on student conduct, student government, and Greek life. From there, Gena moved to residence life before eventually transitioning to financial aid where she "restarted" her career. Learn more about Gena, her interests, and her career path.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

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 Directory 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 Dec. 5-6, 2022, Board meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. We welcome your insight.

NASFAA's Financial Aid Night Toolkit has recently been updated with information for the 2023-24 academic year and is now available to assist NASFAA members in conducting or providing support for financial aid night presentations. In the toolkit you'll find a slideshow designed to give students and families a basic understanding of financial aid concepts, sources of financial aid, and the application process for federal student aid. The toolkit also contains a guide to planning and conducting a financial aid night, as well as updated versions of supplemental student and parent handouts to help you give a compelling and informative presentation. The content may be presented in person or virtually.

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