WFAA holds regular training to discuss topics and issues, to keep members apprised of new developments in the profession, and to facilitate training and networking of its members. Information about past training is available by visiting the Archives section of the website.
2013 FSA Training Conference
Las Vegas, Nevada
December 3-6, 2013
The FSA Training Conference for Financial Aid Professionals is the largest training program in the United States serving the financial aid community, and ultimately the students and families seeking an education beyond high school.
To register, arrange lodging, and view the conference agenda, visit the FSA Conferences website.
WASFAA 2014 Annual Conference
Silver Legacy Resort
April 13-15, 2014
The dates and location have been set for WASFAA’s 2014 Conference and the conference committee will begin working on what promises to be an excellent training opportunity!
The WASFAA website, listserv, blog and newsletter will keep you informed of the most up to date information. If you have comments, suggestions or questions feel free to contact:
2014 NASFAA Conference
Music City Center
June 29 - July 2, 2014
The NASFAA National Conference is the premier event serving the student financial aid community. Nearly 3,000 student aid professionals from across the nation attend the NASFAA National Conference each year to teach, learn, network, and share best practices.
Housing and registration will open in early January 2014.
Other Training Opportunities:
COMPLIANCE AND CAMPUS COLLABORATION - R2T4
-- REGISTRATION NOW OPEN --
$55 (members) or $105 (non-members)
WASFAA is partnering once again with NASFAA to offer top-quality training and resources on topics of importance and relevance to our association’s members. Developed by the NASFAA Training and Professional Development Committee and presented by WASFAA Training Committee volunteers who are seasoned financial aid professionals, this fall’s training workshops will provide a comprehensive training and discussion on compliance and campus collaboration with respect to Return of Title IV funds, or R2T4.
- Learn how to ensure compliance with the Return of Title IV regulations;
- Explore challenges related to students who withdraw from programs offered in modules;
- Examine the positive effects of campus collaboration; and
- Exchange best practice tips with colleagues.
In addition to addressing the needs of financial aid office staff, this is the perfect opportunity to involve a wider audience – including academic advisors and staff from the Registrar’s and Business offices at most schools. Invite your colleagues to register and attend with you. Get your larger campus community involved in understanding how this important regulatory requirement affects both students and staff.
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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