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Pre-Conference Workshop

MASFAA Pre-Conference Student Eligibility NASFAA Credential Workshop
Coralville Marriott Hotel and Convention Center Coral Ballroom B
Sunday, October 4, 2015
9:30-11:30 a.m. (registration opens at 9:00 a.m.)

Fee for the Pre-Conference Workshop is $50.00 per person, and MASFAA membership is not required to participate.

The Student Eligibility for Title IV aid workshop involves more than the basics of filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The workshop will help you understand that a student must meet certain criteria to be eligible to receive financial aid. Attend the workshop and make sure you can show your employer that you know the Title IV program-specific eligibility requirements. This course will be taught by Emily Haynam-Janero, Assistant Director of Compliance and Training at The Ohio State University. Emily is a NASFAA Credentialed Instructor and completing the course will qualify you to take the NASFAA certification test for Student Eligibility. Participants will be given a voucher to take the related credentialing test. More details provided at the workshop.

The workshop will help you:

  • Know the general student eligibility criteria and documentation requirements;
  • Understand the importance of establishing a student's eligibility for Title IV aid;
  • Distinguish the categories into which the general student eligibility criteria fall;
  • Identify the federal agencies and systems used to check student eligibility criteria;
  • Understand how various criteria impacts student eligibility for Title IV;
  • Know how to resolve problems with database matches;
  • Understand the role of the Central Processing System (CPS), the student eligibility database matches, and the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS); and
  • Understand information on how certain educational programs affect student eligibility.

ALL interested individuals are welcome to register at