Air Date: May 17, 2017
Duration: 60 minutes
Available Until: May 16, 2018
Price: Free for NASFAA Members and non-members, but users must register in advance.
You may have heard about the benefits of a peer review—reduced risk for audit and program review findings, increased operational efficiency, and improved customer service—but you may still have lingering questions.
- What happens before, during, and after a peer review?
- Will I have time for a peer review?
- What will I learn from a peer review?
- Mandy Sponholtz, Standards of Excellence Administrator, NASFAA
- Jaimie Borisch, Assistant Director of Training and Development, Herzing University
- Sarah Everitt, Director of Financial Aid Operations, Gonzaga University
- Alison Rabil, Assistant Vice Provost and Director of Financial Aid, Duke University
- Margot O'Meara, Technical Support Specialist, NASFAA
- Hear about the benefits of NASFAA’s peer review services
- Acquire strategies for obtaining buy-in for a peer review
- Find out the time required to have a peer review
- Learn how to obtain a cost estimate