Award Notification Software Provider Specifications & Contacts

In 2018, NASFAA reached out to financial aid management software (FAMS) providers and financial aid third-party providers on their award notification capabilities. NASFAA distributed a simple survey asking whether the providers could meet NASFAA's basic Code of Conduct stipulations, without requiring significant programming from an institution. The following list represents vendors who have indicated that their tool is in compliance with NASFAA's Code, and includes contact information for use by schools that may require assistance. This information was self-certified by the vendors; NASFAA has not verified the information but provides it as a starting point for additional research and investigation by users/customers.

 All systems listed below:

  • separate out billable (direct) and non-billable (not direct) expenses
  • clearly identify and separate grants, loans and work
  • use standardized terminology and definitions (e.g., net price/cost = cost-grants and scholarships)

Software Provider

Contact for additional questions or assistance

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Locate your Account Executive by going to and selecting "My Account"

Campus Management

Ruben Garcia: [email protected]
Phone: (561) 999-3531


Contact Jenzabar Support at [email protected] or (800) 654-4357

Oracle (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions & Student Financial Planning)

Contact My Oracle Support: or (800) 223-1711

PowerFAIDS by The College Board

PowerFAIDS Technical Support:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (800) 227-6734

Regent Education

Steven England
Vice President, Client Solutions
[email protected]


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Third-Party Add-on Providers: The following companies offer third-party add-on solutions to create customized award notifications that meet NASFAA's basic Code of Conduct provisions: 

Publication Date: 10/8/2021

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