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2017 NASFAA Credentialing Session - Student Eligibility and Application Process


2017 NASFAA Credentialing Session
Student Eligibility
and
Application Process
Friday, November 10, 2017

Credentialing Sessions held at:
Western Nebraska Community College
Harms Center, Room F013
2620 College Park (corner of East 27th and College Park)
Scottsbluff, NE
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Registrations and payment must be submitted by November 3, 2017.

A confirmation and payment invoice will appear after you register. Make sure you print this page as it cannot be be recreated. Mail your payment, payable to NeASFAA, and a copy of your invoice to:

Janice Volker, NeASFAA Treasurer
University of Nebraska at Omaha
6001 Dodge St. EAB 103
Omaha, NE 68182-0187

Cost: $35 per session for NeASFAA members, $45 per session for non-members

Lunch will not be provided.

Student Eligibility - 9:00am to 12:00pm
To earn this credential, you will need to know the student eligibility requirements for receipt of federal financial aid. This will help you demonstrate the ability to protect the integrity of the Title IV programs by ensuring—prior to awarding or disbursement of funds—that your school’s students meet all relevant student-related and program-related eligibility requirements.

The range of topics in this test include:

  • General Concepts of Student Eligibility
  • Criteria Checked Via the Application Process
  • Criteria Checked and Monitored by the School
  • Educational Coursework and Programs Affecting Student Eligibility and Changes in Eligibility

Tests may include questions pertaining to a variety of program structures, such as credit- or clock-hour, term or nonterm, standard or nonstandard term, undergraduate or graduate/professional programs, and programs of various length (shorter than one year, two-year, four-year, certificate, etc.).

Application Process - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
To earn this credential, you will need to know about the application process for federal financial aid. This will help you demonstrate the ability to help students and families through the application process, regardless of the type of higher education institution or educational program for which the student wishes to be considered.

The range of topics in this test include:

  • The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Application Process
  • Processing FAFSA Data and Application Output
  • Changing Applicant Data

Tests may include questions pertaining to a variety of program structures, such as credit- or clock-hour, term or nonterm, standard or nonstandard term, undergraduate or graduate/professional programs, and programs of various length (shorter than one year, two-year, four-year, certificate, etc.).

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A $10.00 late fee will be assessed for registrations submitted after November 3, 2017.
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For more information contact:


Sheila Johns
WNCC
308-635-6366
johnss23@wncc.edu