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2019 NASFAA Credential Sessions - Satisfactory Academic Progress and Need Analysis


2019 NASFAA Credentialing Sessions
Satisfactory Academic Progress
and
Need Analysis
Friday, March 8, 2019

Credentialing Sessions held at:
Western Nebraska Community College
John N. Harms Center, Room F103
2620 College Park
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
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Registrations and payment must be submitted by February 27, 2019.

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: $40 per session for NeASFAA members, $50 per session for non-members

Lunch is not provided.

Satisfactory Academic Progress – 9:00am to 12:00pm
To earn this credential, you will need to know the standards for satisfactory academic progress (SAP) students must meet to continue to receive federal financial aid, including quantitative and qualitative measurements of progress. You also will need to know about frequency of evaluation, financial aid warning and probation, and SAP appeals. This will help you demonstrate the ability to protect the integrity of the Title IV programs by ensuring your school’s SAP program meets all requirements of this important aspect of student eligibility.

The range of topics in this test include:

  • General Concepts of Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Evaluating Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • SAP Appeals, Probation, and Academic Plans
  • Additional SAP Policy Elements

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.).

Need Analysis - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
To earn this credential, you will need to know the underlying principles of Title IV need analysis leading to the determination of a student’s expected family contribution (EFC), including the three regular formulas used to calculate the EFC and the qualifications for the Automatic Zero EFC and the Simplified Needs Test. You also will need to know how to recalculate the EFC for enrollment periods other than nine months and for summer periods of enrollment. This will enable you demonstrate the ability to ensure the use of accurate and appropriate EFC calculations, which directly affects the equitable distribution of financial aid funding.

The range of topics in this test include:

  • General Concepts of Need Analysis
  • The Regular Formula
  • The Simplified Formulas
  • Recalculating the EFC

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 February 27, 2019.
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For more information contact:


Sheila Johns
Western Nebraska Community College
308-635-6366
johnss23@wncc.edu