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The Department of Education (ED) on Monday released an updated draft regulatory text to provide student debt relief to several groups of borrowers ahead of next week’s third and final negotiated rulemaking session.
NASFAA is pleased to offer a new FAFSA simplification resource summarizing the legislative changes to Professional Judgment (PJ), dependency overrides, and homeless youth determinations from the FAFSA Simplification Act. This brief, intended as a quick reference for financial aid administrators and their campus partners, includes a high-level overview of the changes. For a more in-depth look, use NASFAA's recently updated PJ Monograph, and for the latest updates on FAFSA simplification, visit NASFAA's FAFSA Simplification Web Center.
Looking to get started or rebuild your policies and procedures? This intensive, six-week group coaching experience is focused exclusively on helping you apply your knowledge, and receive practical advice from experienced financial aid leaders. The next cohort starts January 22 - register by January 19 to secure your spot!
Thinking about attending the 2024 NASFAA Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo? Join us in NASFAA Communities (powered by Slack) on December 7 at 1 p.m. ET. Billie Jo Hamilton, chair for the Strategic Enrollment Management pathway, will answer your questions regarding the conference along with NASFAA staff. If you’re not a member of NASFAA Communities be sure to fill out our community interest form to access this community-exclusive AMA.