The only constant in Title IV administration is change. That's where we come in. NASFAA's primary function is to keep you aware, informed, and up to date on what you need to know to remain in compliance and serve your students to the best of your ability. We collaborate with the Department of Education, offer continuing education opportunities your staff can utilize to maintain and strengthen your knowledge of Title IV programs, and provide compliance resources to help streamline your processes.
Starting in the spring, your NASFAA membership dues invoice becomes available. Primary and secondary institutional contacts can upgrade your membership package, and add or remove add-on options such as the webinar package, and the Policies & Procedures (P&P) Builder. If you need assistance with membership packages, contact NASFAA Membership Services at (202) 785-0453 Ext. 1.
There are four ways to make payments for NASFAA membership dues. You will not be asked by NASFAA to pay in other ways.
Here is a copy of NASFAA's W-9 if you need it.
Everything you need to manage your NASFAA membership can be found in your myNASFAA profile. Once logged in, you can connect with colleagues through our directories and listservs, contact NASFAA staff, volunteer to sit on task forces and participate in advocacy efforts, and more.
Don’t remember your myNASFAA password? Use the password recovery tool to have password reset information emailed to you.