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The Department of Education (ED) on Wednesday hosted its second day of negotiated rulemaking – known as neg reg – to provide a path to student loan cancellation, and gave an update on what the process will look like in the coming months.
The updated NASFAA Financial Aid Night presentation, “What You Need to Know About Financial Aid,” is now available along with the accompanying slideshow, guide, and participant handouts. NASFAA designed this presentation to provide students and families with a basic understanding of financial aid concepts, sources of financial aid, and the application process for federal student aid.
What makes a strong candidate for NASFAA National Chair? We are seeking someone who works full-time at a NASFAA member institution, has demonstrated leadership at the state or regional level, has experience with facilitating meetings and public speaking, and is committed to upholding NASFAA’s code of ethics. If you — or anyone you know — fits the bill, please nominate yourself or a qualified colleague for the role of NASFAA National Chair by Tuesday, October 31 at 5:00 p.m. ET. Nominations are also being accepted for representatives-at-large.
Are you looking to take the next step in your career and become a financial aid director? Aspiring Director Group Coaching with Blue Icon Advisors can help you get there! "The course exceeded my expectations. It helped me gain invaluable information in areas that a director needs to be focused with," said Daniel Muller, director of student financial aid at Bob Jones University. "I enjoyed the practical tips presented and the care in which they were given. You could tell we had coaches who wanted us to succeed." Read what other past participants have to say, and be sure to register by October 20 to secure your spot!
Financial aid advising is an essential component of Prison Education Programs (PEPs). Many PEPs rely on the paper FAFSA when serving students who are incarcerated. During this webinar, today at 2 p.m. ET, we will walk through the FAFSA completion process with both financial aid administrators and prison program administrators, highlighting the form's questions that are more complex to address. Register now and secure your seat!