Region 2 - The Crown of Florida

Dear Colleagues,

 

I hope this note finds you all well.

 

My name is Nichole Crowley and I am so pleased to share my acceptance as the newest Region II Representative.  I understand the importance of this role, at this pivotal time in our organization’s history, and to say I’m PROUD to serve with you is a complete understatement! 

 

As Financial Aid professionals we are innovative, responsive, self-motivated, and constantly strive to reach our potential by seeking new challenges and opportunities for professional growth.  Even as most of us feel confident that our education, abilities, and job related experiences have prepared us all to be exceptional employees, it might be just about time to take it to the NEXT LEVEL!!

 

I will challenge myself, and you as a FASFAA teammate to share information, develop burgeoning Financial Aid talent, implement best practices and further create that positive impact in the lives of our students and their families.

 

In the coming days and weeks, I genuinely look forward to having the opportunity to meet you in person and chat with you via telephone, email, and/or Skype J.  I am very excited about the projects we will be working on together.  First on the agenda, and in development now, is the Spring 2017 Workshop – Stay tuned for details!!  The information will be shared via FASFAA ListServ and posted in the “What’s New” section of our webpage. 

 

Please consider one or several volunteer opportunities soon.  I welcome all input and support in helping Region II and FASFAA show its best self every day! 

 

Nichole 

 

Nichole Crowley 

Keiser University 

[email protected] 

904.296.3440 ext. 182 

“You have to be odd to be number one”     

~Dr. Seuss

 

Interested in Volunteering?

What's new in Region 2?

Fall 2018 Workshop

Date:

TBD

Time:

TBD

Location:

TBD

 

 

 

 

Agenda: 

Coming Soon

Registration:

Coming Soon

2018 Spring Workshop Presentations

1) Who moved my cheese again

2) State Updates

3) NASFAA Credential Session - Application Process

4) NASFAA Credential Session - Needs Analysis

(Workshop attendees should have received the information regarding the two NASFAA Credentialing sessions offered.  If you have not received this valuable information, please reach out to your Region II Rep Nichole Crowley.)

 

   

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Members of the Florida Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (FASFAA) recognize that one of the purposes of FASFAA is to provide training and information services to its members through training conferences and periodic written material. While FASFAA shall utilize its best efforts to provide its members with the most current information available, there can be no assurances or warranty that any such information provided to the membership is correct or has not been superseded or that more current information is not available. Furthermore, FASFAA can give no assurances or warranty that its interpretation of any rule, regulation, or statute will be in conformance with any present or future interpretation of such rule, regulation or statute by any appropriate governmental authority. Accordingly, each member shall hold FASFAA harmless from any claims, damages or liability resulting from such member's use of any information, data or interpretations as provided to such member by FASFAA.

 

 
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