|2017 NASFAA Free CORE Training Opportunities for Members
Continues with Its Final Event!!
Earn your "Satisfactory Academic Progress" Credential
Thursday, June 22
9:30 – 2:00
(Registration and light breakfast begins at 9:00AM – lunch on your own)
NASFAA has again made available an exciting opportunity for NJASFAA members!
This last in a series of in-person workshops will offer a NASFAA-approved curriculum. This workshop will be instructed by a credentialed instructor, Catherine Boscher-Murphy, Associate Director and Compliance Officer at Montclair State University. Your participation in this approved course will qualify you to take the exam and earn your own professional credentials at no additional charge!
The Satisfactory Academic Progress session will offer participants a greater understanding and application for use of the subject matter.
NASFAA credentials are nationally recognized and have proven to be a valuable tool for both new and seasoned professionals by increasing your financial aid knowledge and your level of service to students and families. Again, we are excited about the ability to offer this opportunity and can’t wait to see you there!
Only 2016-2017 $40 membership (required)
· Registration includes materials and voucher to test for credential!
PLEASE NOTE: Any one with outstanding invoices, will be stopped from registering until the invoices are paid in full.
Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
Campus map and directions - https://www.shu.edu/visiting/directions.cfm
For more information contact:
Tammi Hussey at Tammi.Hussey@shu.edu or David Garelick at firstname.lastname@example.org
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- This is a multi-part registration and is not complete until you reach the final invoice page.
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This will not only erase your registration, but it will also delete you from the NJASFAA database. If the person you are registering is in the database, please request their username and password. Otherwise, register them as a new person so they can be assigned a unique username and password of their own.