WFAA Summer Training
WFAA is partnering with NASFAA to offer a NASFAA U course in Needs Analysis. The course will review the calculation of a student's expected family contribution (EFC), and includes a discussion of the regular and simplified formulas as well as recalculations.

Federal and State updates from our FSA and WSAC colleagues will also be provided.

Cost: $75 total ($35 + $40 2016-17 WFAA membership fee [if not previously paid])   

Tuesday, July 26th:
Pacific Lutheran University
Xavier Hall, Rm 201
12180 Park Ave. S
Tacoma, WA 98447

Wednesday, July 27th:
Gonzaga University
Jepson Hall, Rm 109
502 E. Boone Ave
Spokane, WA 99208


9:00 am

Check-In, Welcome
   (coffee and light pastries provided)

9:30 am

NASFAA U Need Analysis Training



1:00 pm

Federal Update

2:00 pm

State update

3:00 pm


Registration Coming Soon

Cancellation & Refund Policy:
The last day to cancel and request a refund is July 18th, 2016. No request for refunds will be honored after close of business on this date. All requests for cancellations and refunds must be made in writing. Please make sure to provide the name and address of the cancelling registrant. To request a cancellation/refund, please email WFAA Vice President for Training Sarah Everitt (

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Nowhere else can you get the depth and breadth of the professional development opportunities that NASFAA offers. Every year, NASFAA provide a wide variety of programs for experienced, intermediate, and beginning financial aid officers. Visit their website for more information on potential training events and opportunities.

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