It’s time to get together, learn, and share! The NASFAA 2022 National Conference being held June 26-29 in Austin, Texas will feature opportunities to connect with your fellow financial aid administrators from all over the country for the first time since the 2019 conference. The ScholarNet team will be there, exhibiting and attending sessions – and we hope to see you, too.
The Austin event’s opening session will feature keynote speaker David Epstein, with Richard Cordray, chief operating officer of Federal Student Aid; James Kvaal, U.S. Department of Education under secretary; and Richard White and Pamela Pyle of Diversity Matters as other featured speakers. You can view the full schedule, see the complete list of speakers, and start making plans now.
ScholarNet’s Mike Mutziger will be moderating a session on Creating a Lender List which may be of interest to many of you. The ScholarNet team will be exhibiting in booth #312, just a few booths down on the left side as you come through the entrance – and on your way to get coffee. Stop by and see us. We love to attend sessions, and learn and share best practices – but the highlight of the NASFAA conference is seeing our school customers in person and talking with them about private loan processing.
Let’s connect. Reach out to your representative to set up a time to meet in advance, or just pop in and see us when you have a few moments between sessions. We look forward to seeing you in person this year.
NASFAA 2022 Virtual Conference
If you’re not attending the National Conference in Austin, the NASFAA 2022 Virtual Conference being held July 11-15 will feature entirely new sessions not held at the Austin event. You can tune in live as keynote speakers Brent Tener of Vanderbilt University and Justin Draeger of NASFAA present a session on developing and implementing a strategic and student-friendly compliance initiative.
All sessions will also be recorded and made available on-demand later. Other sessions explore effectively communicating with students and serving online students, FAFSA simplification, professional development, and more.