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HEAG is the go-to resource for financial aid administrators when it comes to compliance, remote verification, interim staffing and technology solutions.
HEAGs financial aid consultants closely monitor federal and state news and trends impacting financial aid offices in California and across the country. Here are some resources for California schools.
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Financial aid offer letters are an important tool for students who are considering attending college. These letters provide students and their families with key information about the types and amounts of financial aid that they are eligible for, which can help …
You may not have even started processing for the upcoming academic year, so managing the actual disbursements may seem as far away as the World Series. Just like a baseball team making sure to win those early season games to be in a better position come pennan …
In our March blog, we wrote about the many areas in financial aid that will be impacted by the end of the COVID-19 National Emergency. One process that is particularly notable is verification, and since we’re heading into that season, we thought it was a good …
As college tuition continues to rise, many students struggle to balance their academic responsibilities with their financial obligations. This can lead to a variety of issues that impact student retention and completion rates, such as dropping out of school, t …
Federal Student Aid’s (FSA) February 15 Dear Colleague Letter created a bit of a stir in the higher education community and while the update on February 28 extended the period for compliance from May to September, the broadened definition of a Third Party Serv …
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California Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Casfaa is a non-partisan, non-profit professional organization with a membership of more than 900 California student financial aid administrators. Representing more than 240 colleges and universities, its members share a common goal of improving access to and delivery of federal, state, institutional and private donor financial aid to students in the State of California.
California Student Aid Commission
CSAC is the principal state agency responsible for administering financial aid programs for students attending public and private universities, colleges, and vocational schools in California.