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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.
After months of hard work and feedback from various stakeholders — as well as guidance from a working group of financial aid, admissions, and enrollment management practitioners, including several NASFAA members — the Paying for College Transparency Initiative has produced the following documents and would like NASFAA members to submit comments, concerns, or suggestions as they head into their final steps to finalize the products. Please submit your feedback no later than June 1, 2023.
Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) on Tuesday reintroduced legislation that would amend a section of the Higher Education Act (HEA) and eliminate origination fees on federal direct student loans, which he says “adds unnecessary debt to student borrowers and worsens our national debt posture.”
With NASFAA’s 2023 National Conference just a few months away, Today’s News caught up with Kristi Jovell, chair of the 2023 Conference Program Task Force and NASFAA’s national chair-elect for the 2023-24 year, on what members can expect.
You know you need documented policies and procedures, but it's hard to know where to begin. Do I start with "low-hanging fruit" or the hardest areas? What will my auditor (or a federal program reviewer) want to see? Join this webinar on Wednesday, April 12, at 2 p.m. ET to learn tips, tricks, and strategies from the Blue Icon Advisors consulting team for how to start writing your policies and procedures. Reserve your spot today.
Blue Icon Advisors invites you to join a new, intensive, six-week group coaching experience focused exclusively on financial aid policies and procedures — P&P Group Coaching. These meetings will help you learn new strategies, develop a plan to build required policies and procedures, receive practical advice from experienced financial aid leaders, and more! Learn more about how group coaching can benefit you and your career goals. Sessions begin on June 19 — be sure to register in advance to secure your spot for this new group coaching opportunity.
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