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Ellucian. The University of Pittsburgh needed a streamlined scholarship management process that would reduce staff stress and maximize student award dollars. Learn how ScholarshipUniverse helped Pitt's financial aid office enhance the scholarship process for students and staff.
Congressional appropriators early on Tuesday formally unveiled their $1.7 trillion package that would fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year 2023 budget cycle. Lawmakers are expected to work throughout the week to pass the bill ahead of the December 23 spending deadline and fund the government through Sept. 30, 2023.
NASFAA's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) is a series that features a brief Q&A with notable NASFAA members — with questions ranging from what they wish they knew their first year working in financial aid to how they relax in their free time. Look back at our nine MVPs from 2022!
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) has published a series of questions and answers related to the new 90/10 regulations published in the October 28, 2022 Federal Register. Covered topics include Ineligible Programs; Commingled Federal and State Funds; Income Share Agreements; Enrollment Limitations; and Exiting Title IV Programs.
NASFAA's 2023 Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo is just around the corner, but there's still time to register and take advantage of the informative and practical session offerings, including an update on FAFSA simplification from the U.S. Department of Education (ED). Tuesday's morning general session will feature Melanie Storey, deputy director of policy implementation and oversight at the Office of Federal Student Aid. During the session, Melanie will discuss current happenings at ED, with an emphasis on significant upcoming federal methodology and FAFSA changes. Be sure to check out our resources to justify your attendance at this year's conference, and register soon to secure your seat!
NASFAA understands how busy your days are in the financial aid office. We know meetings pop up, students pop in, and your time is not always your own. To accommodate for your busy schedules, NASFAA records all of our webinars and we make them available on demand for a year after the live air date. Catch up on webinars you may have missed to make sure you are up to date on topics and get the training you deserve. View the webinars available on demand now.