NASFAA University’s Online Course Return of Title IV Funds focuses on how to handle a student's Title IV funds when they withdraw from school before completing the payment period or period of enrollment. In addition, the course will teach you how to properly identify a Title IV recipient and the formula associated with the return of Title IV funds. Passing this online course provides a NASFAA University Professional Credential.
Conducting a financial aid information night is a great way to deliver important financial aid information to high school students and parents. NASFAA's newly updated Financial Aid Night presentation, is now available along with the accompanying slideshow, guide, and participant handouts. Designed to provide students and families with a basic understanding of financial aid concepts, this presentation also reviews sources of financial aid and the application process for federal student aid. Access the complimentary presentation today to start planning your next financial aid night.
The NASFAA office will be closed on Monday, October 12 for the Columbus Day federal holiday. The NASFAA website and other online services will still be available, but NASFAA's Today's News and technical and membership support will not be available until the office reopens on Tuesday, October 13.
We are compiling a repository of position descriptions for financial aid compliance officers. Once gathered, we’ll make the position descriptions available as templates for member institutions interested in hiring a staff member dedicated to compliance. All submissions will be shared with the NASFAA membership, so please be sure to remove any sensitive or private information that you do not wish to share before uploading your position description document to the submission form. If you're currently looking for a compliance officer, don't forget to post the job on NASFAA's career center.
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