A Panel Discussion on NASFAA Peer Review Services

How a NASFAA Peer Review Shed Light on Consumer Information Requirements

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Air Date: October 16, 2018
Duration: 60 minutes
Price: Free to Members and Non-Members, but users must register in advance.
Available Until: October 15, 2019

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Financial aid offices are often responsible for ensuring the school’s adherence to consumer information rules, even though many of the requirements fall outside of their scope. During this webinar, hear how a NASFAA Consumer Information Assessment helped the University of Western States financial aid office shed light on the institution-wide responsibility of consumer information.


Mandy Sponholtz

Mandy Sponholtz, Moderator
Standard of Excellence Administrator


  • Kim Lamborn, Director of Financial Aid, University of Western States
  • Susan Donoff, Director of Institutional Appraisal and Accreditation, University of Western States

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