NASFAA Credential Intermediate Training

Greetings MASFAA:

I hope everyone had a great and filling Thanksgiving! As most of you may know, I have transitioned to the University of Mississippi Medical Center. I am excited about this new journey and growing with this team!

The Training Committee would like to announce a new NASFAA Credential Intermediate Training to be held on January 26, 2015 in Jackson, MS at the IHL Office. Participants will have the opportunity to receive credentials in the following subject areas: Verification, Student Eligibility, and Campus-Based Programs. This training is a one-day event beginning at 10:00 a.m. and concluding at 3:45 p.m.

Our Instructor is Dr. Michael Campbell, Vice President for Financial Aid and Compliance from American College of Technology in Kansas City. He is thrilled about coming to Mississippi to host this training for our members.

The cost of the training is $90 per person. This is an all-inclusive fee to cover the three test & essays, and lunch will be provided. We would like to invite all Directors and Mid-Level Staff to this training opportunity. Registration will be capped at 45 participants.

Registration will be posted at www.msmasfaa.org in the next coming days!

For those who attending the NASFAA Advanced training in October, please remember that you must complete all the test and essays by January 16, 2015.

If you have any questions, please contact me at 601-984-2803 or via email at awashington@umc.edu.

Happy Holidays!

Alex Washington
Vice-President
MASFAA

One thought on “NASFAA Credential Intermediate Training

  1. My Dear Fellow Student Aid Professionals,

    I hope your January has gotten off to as amazing start as mine. This is truly a great time to be in a student aid office…second only to August. Have a safe, happy and prosperous 2015.

    Bob W

    PS For you Millenials out there, which U.S. President started out his speeches with a greeting “My Fellow Americans”

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