Published on 10/24/2019.
The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) provides a nationally recognized standard in financial aid training and allows individuals to earn recognition or their mastery of financial aid related content. Content is reviewed in the one of the following ways:
- Complete an independent study on specific topics using a Self-Study Guide
- Take an instructor-led NASFAA U Online Course
- Demonstrate five or more years of well-rounded professional experience
- Attend a NASFAA U Authorized Event that uses the approved NASFAA curriculum
Congratulations to Elisa Abelleira, Anna Duffy, Matthew Christman, Hart Mendenhall, Eric Naslund, Taryn Whitaker, Courtney Bishop, and Rianne Connor for holding at least one nationally recognized credential. Each person had to demonstrate knowledge in the subject area and pass the respective test.
Elisa Abelleira- Verification
Anna Duffy- Professional Judgement, Needs Analysis, Return to Title IV Funds
Matthew Christman– Professional Judgement, Direct Loans, Return to Title IV Funds, Satisfactory Academic Progress
Hart Mendenhall- Return to Title IV Funds
Eric Naslund-Needs Analysis, Application Process, Professional Judgement
Taryn Whitaker- Application Process
Courtney Bishop- Verification, Satisfactory Academic Progress
Rianne Connor- Cash Management
Thank you Rianne for giving your staff the opportunity to participate in this nationally recognized professional development activity.