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The Senate Appropriations committee on Thursday unveiled its annual spending plan, which contains $79.6 billion in discretionary funding for the Department of Education (ED), and subsequently advanced the proposal out of the full committee by a vote of 26-2.
This four-week interactive online course will focus on cost of attendance (COA) components and calculations, including the items that must be included in a student's COA and those which can be applied through the use of Professional Judgment. They’ll also cover COA construction and elements of a school's COA policies and procedures, including policies on required and optional COA recalculations. This course begins September 5, but don’t delay; NASFAA U online courses have been selling out! Register now.
Please join us in congratulating; Rebecca Gusler, formerly the director of operations of student financial services at University of the Arts, who is now the director of financial aid compliance at Wentworth Institute of Technology; Deirdre Hurley, FAAC®, formerly the academic/financial aid counselor at North Shore Community College, who is now the assistant director of financial aid at Brandeis University; Bethany Vincent, formerly the senior associate at One Stop, North Dakota State University, who is now a financial aid administrator at North Dakota State University; and Ciara Morrison, formerly the financial aid leader at Paul Mitchell Schools, who is now a financial aid counselor at University of California San Diego. Celebrate your own career developments by completing the "Movers and Shakers" form to share the news with your colleagues.