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Meet Heidi Carl. Heidi got her start in financial aid when she was working as a program director for the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, a job she held for eight years. When considering if she should try a different career, Heidi’s human resources (HR) director at the YMCA suggested she speak with her best friend, the HR director of the University of Indianapolis, to learn more about working in higher education. From there, she ultimately decided to interview with that HR manager for a hybrid position that worked between the university’s IT, programming, and financial aid teams.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on Wednesday formally unveiled the GOP’s highly anticipated proposal to address the debt limit, seeking to push President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats into negotiations over future spending levels. While the bill touches on the entirety of the federal budget and includes a provision to raise the debt ceiling by roughly one year, it also covers a number of higher education-related provisions, particularly those concerning the student loan portfolio.
No, but you can choose to. Based on Section 479A(c) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended, [20 USC 1087TT(c)], Dear Colleague Letter GEN-22-15 states that schools must: “Presume that any student who has obtained an adjustment for unusual circumstances and a final determination of independence to be independent for each subsequent award year at the same institution unless the student informs the institution that their circumstances have changed or the institution has conflicting information about the student’s independence.” View the full answer to this question to learn more.
Join our Virtual 5K Training Community to train with fellow aid administrators for a charity 5K run/walk this summer at the 2023 NASFAA National Conference in San Diego benefiting Students Without Limits. All levels of experience are welcome — the community will focus on support, training tips, and fun. Registration for the 5K is expected to open next month and will be separate from the conference registration and community sign-up. Stay tuned for more details!
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