106 Awarding Financial Aid for 2013-2014
Clarifies the topic of awarding financial aid, the primary task of the campus financial aid office. The course is intended for new financial aid administrators who have little or no prior financial aid knowledge, but who already understand the types and sources of financial aid available and how to determine financial need.
217 Satisfactory Academic Progress for 2013-2014
Explains the requirements that schools must follow in establishing, applying and monitoring satisfactory academic progress for federal student aid purposes. Case studies provide an opportunity to interpret and apply a sample satisfactory academic progress policy. This intermediate course is intended for financial aid professionals with a basic understanding of financial aid.
224 Repayment Options for 2013-2014
Provides an overview of the various repayment options available to education loan borrowers. The course is designed to help financial aid administrators assist their students in understanding and choosing the best repayment options for their specific situations. This intermediate course is intended for financial aid professionals with a basic understanding of financial aid.
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