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DIRECT LOAN NASFAA
What is NASFAA Credentials? NASFAA Credentials is a nationally recognized standard in financial aid training and allows you to earn recognition when you a master a specific financial aid topic. There are currently 17 credential topics. To be credentialed in Direct Loans you will: 1. Review and study the guide you will receive by email prior to this workshop 2. Take the credential test within 3 months of attending this workshop (Note: you do not need to be a NASFAA member to attend or take the test) This workshop is offered by our Masters Leadership participants. This year, MAFAA revamped the Masters Program. It is now a two-year program and has 3 main components. The first component is for the participants to earn a NASFAA credential and then present to other MAFAA members, so they can prepare to be credentialed. Our Masters Leadership participants are Debbie Cordova, Jessica Crotty, Kari Ellering, Sheila Krause, and Brade Riebel. Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Where: Bethel University Cost: Free to current 2017-2018 MAFAA members (NASFAA charges for credentialing, so take this opportunity to earn a free NASFAA credential) Lunch provided on behalf of MAFAA ***Registration is limited to 50 participants, so register today!

Where:Bethel University
3900 Bethel Dr St. Paul,MN 55112
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When: Tuesday July 18th 2017, 09:00 am to 03:00 pm
Cost:What is NASFAA Credentials? NASFAA Credentials is a nationally recognized standard in financial aid training and allows you to earn recognition when you a master a specific financial aid topic. There are currently 17 credential topics.
Lunch: Lunch Provided on Behalf of MAFAA,Limited to 50 Participants
Contact: Katie Hendrickson and Sean Johns
Email: khendri4@gustavus.edu,sean.johns@anokaramsey.edu

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Statement of Purpose

“The Minnesota Association of Financial Aid Administrators (MAFAA) is an association of professionals committed to the principle that no one should be denied access to higher education for financial reasons.”