Minnesota Association of Financial Aid Administrators
We're happy to present new features and functionality, but understand that there are some changes that need some explaining...
MAFAA.org is celebrating 50 years and preparing for many more to come. In addition to other celebrations, MAFAA is bringing in new technology to help us support our members.
Here are some advantages of the new technology:
Create an Account
MAFAA.org accounts are available for all current MAFAA members. Accounts can be created in the following ways:
Member Before Oct. 24th, 2017
If your first membership began before October 24th, 2017, then you have a migrated account. This includes individuals whose membership has lapsed (expired membership for up to 1 year) or suspended (expired membership for greater than 1 year).
To access a migrated account, see instructions on the right.
Member After Oct. 24th 2017
New members after Oct. 24th, 2017 create an account during the first steps of the member application process. Account logins are done using your email address provided at the time of sign-up and accounts are available with limited access even prior to membership payment.
If you are unable to access your account and your initial membership occurred after Oct. 24th, 2017, then you can reset your password using the instructions below.
Access Migrated Account
All members with initial membership before Oct. 24th, 2017 have had their account migrated from the prior member database. Account passwords have been reset to keep your data secure.
Accessing your migrated account requires the following steps:
Not Seeing Member-Only Content?
Some content will only be available to members. This information appears for current members with an active mafaa.org account. After logging in, you will see a new Members menu at the top of the page. This content contains much of the member-only content.
You will also see the new Blogs section under News. This is new content created for the new website and will provide meaningful updates on what you may have missed in state and federal updates and announcements, along with happenings within the internals of MAFAA itself.