Getting it Right: A Synthesized Perspective on Financial Aid Best Practices

Wednesday, June 28, 2017: 10:15 AM-11:15 AM
Room 14AB (San Diego Convention Center)
Session Type: Interest Sessions
Track: Professional Development & Management
Subcategories: Compliance Track
Audience: Intermediate (3-7 years experience) and Advanced (8 or more years experience)
Credit Type: Credit Hours and Clock Hours
School Type: All Schools
We humans have a common trait among us. We do not like to be wrong. In our profession we also have concern about not “getting it right.”  A professional desires to know correct information on pertinent topics and ensure that performance is at expected standards. We are challenged to perform in accordance with “best practices” in the industry. This session presents a synthesized perspective on financial aid best practices. We will address three key factors that are fundamental to “getting it right” in the administration of the Title IV programs: the “right people,” the “right service,” and the “right exposure.”
Joseph Dobrota (College of William & Mary)
Sherwin Hibbets (Financial Aid Management for Education, Inc.)
Pamela W Fowler (University of Michigan)