Financial aid packaging involves employing strategies to distribute limited financial aid resources to qualified students to attend the postsecondary school of their choice. The packaging process combines various types of Title IV and non-Title IV aid from federal, state, institutional, and private entities, to help meet the financial need of college students. Rules for packaging some Title IV aid are different from the rules for packaging non-Title IV aid. This guide will walk you through the options and teach you how to employ various packaging methods. Completion of this self-study guide qualifies individuals to take the corresponding NASFAA Professional Credential test.
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Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Packaging Guidelines
Lesson 3: Packaging Models and Processes
Lesson 4: Overawards, Appeals, and Award Notifications