Helping Students Reach Their Educational Goals

 

Great Lakes Training

 

https://www.mygreatlakes.org/web/FAP/training/findAvailableEvents?selected=training

 

 

Nelnet Training

 

http://www.nelnetloanservicing.com/training/

 

 

PHEAA Training

 

http://www.myfedloan.org/training

 

 

Sallie Mae Training

 

http://go.salliemae.com/content/edservicing/training/

 


 

ECMC Training:

Monday webinars are at 4pm EST; Wednesday webinars are at 1pm EST.

Register at www.ecmc.org/training 

 

 

2/2  – National Financial Literacy Month preparation

 

April is National Financial Literacy Month. Are you ready? It’s not too early to prepare! Join us as we discuss how you can take advantage of an entire month of promoting financial literacy on your campus and with your students. You will hear practical ideas and steps you can take to put an effective campaign together.

 

2/09 & 2/11 – Shoebox budget

 

We know budgeting skills are vital to our financial health. There are hundreds of presentations on the importance and benefits of budgeting yet practical, easy-to-follow instructions are hard to find. This webinar will guide you step by step on how to create a realistic, manageable budget. All you need are a couple of old shoeboxes, a pen and a notebook.

 

2/18 – Incorrect Data Challenge

 

Here is an opportunity for you to lower your FY 2012 three-year cohort default rate (CDR). The cohort tracking periods have closed and in February 2015, your school will receive its draft CDR from the U.S. Department of Education. You will be given 45 days to review this data for accuracy and submit an appeal to change any incorrect data. This appeal is referred to as an Incorrect Data Challenge (IDC). Please join us for an informative webcast where we will walk you through the process of submitting a successful IDC appeal—possibly lowering your official FY 2012 CDR. The tools and advice we offer will help you quickly achieve maximum results.

 

Guest presenter: Shannon Sheaff, Director of Financial Aid, Mohave Community College

 

2/25- Incorrect Data Challenge

 

Here is another opportunity for you to lower your FY 2012 three-year cohort default rate (CDR). The cohort tracking periods have closed and in February 2015, your school will receive its draft CDR from the U.S. Department of Education. You will be given 45 days to review this data for accuracy and submit an appeal to change any incorrect data. This appeal is referred to as an Incorrect Data Challenge (IDC). Please join us for an informative webcast where we will walk you through the process of submitting a successful IDC appeal—possibly lowering your official FY 2012 CDR. The tools and advice we offer will help you quickly achieve maximum results.

 

Guest host: Thomas Kokis, Director, Student Financial Literacy, Berkeley College

 

 

 


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