FASFAA Webinars

In 2018-19, FASFAA began to offer a series of Webinars to members.  The following archive recordings of the Webinars offered have been made available for your viewing.  These recordings are meant for members of FASFAA only and should not be shared with non-members.

The following links may be used to access the webinars.

Upcoming Webinars for 2020-21 (the link will take you to the registration form): 

March 9th, 2021: FASFAA Webinar: Campus-Based Programs NASFAA Credential Session hosted by Heidi Goldsworthy: The next installment of the FASFAA Webinars Series is right around the corner, starting with a NASFAA Credentialing Session on Campus-Based Programs Webinar to be held on March 9th from 1:30pm to 3pm by our very own Heidi Goldsworthy, Director of Financial Aid at Stetson University. By attending this webinar, you will be eligible to earn your NASFAA Credential in Campus-Based Programs at a later date. Please note, the $99 fee associated with testing to earn the NASFAA Campus-Based credential will be a separate cost. However, NASFAA will provide a 50% discount to members who attend this webinar. The second session of this credentialing will be held on March 16th, 2021 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm. 

March 26th, 2021: FASFAA Statewide All Regions Spring 2021 Virtual Workshop:  We will kick of the event at 9am with a panel discussion on the topic of CFAA and NASFAA Credentialing. After that, Abigail Troche from the University of Central Florida will present an overview of NSLDS and COD on NSLDS and COD. These events will be free to all FASFAA members. To round out the day, FASFAA has partnered with the National Student Success Conference and the Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities to offer a session on the Future of Financial Aid, led by NASFAA President & CEO Justin Draeger. We look forward to seeing you join us!

Wednesday, April 14th - 15th: Financial Literacy Workshop: In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month, FASFAA is hosting a virtual Financial Literacy Workshop This is a free workshop for FASFAA members.  If you are not a current member, you will be asked to complete your membership prior to registration. Join us to hear presentations from your peers and professional partners discussing the following topics:

  • A Guide to Debt Counseling for Financial Aid Administrators
  • Curriculums and Campus Partnerships
  • Understanding Credit
  • Learning Through Edutainment
  • How America Plans and Saves for College
  • Peer to Peer Education and Curriculum
  • Financial Education in the Age of FOMO
  • Meaningful Events in a Virtual Environment

Both days will provide opportunities to network with your colleagues and hear information from FASFAA business partners about their contributions toward efforts to improve student financial wellness.

April 20th, 2021: FASFAA Webinar: Graduate/Professional Committee Presents: Paying for Graduate SchoolPlease join us from 2pm to 3:30pm for a session dedicated to Graduate school funding. Presenters will be Patti Corjay, Sallie Mae and Kathy Guillaume, University of Florida Student Financial Aid and Scholarships. More information will be forthcoming. 

TBD: FASFAA Webinar: OSFA Small Programs presented by Pedro "Pete" Hernandez, OSFA Manager of Outreach Services. Join us from 2 - 3:30pm EST for an OSFA Small Programs Webinar presented by OSFA's own Manager of Outreach Services, Pedro "Pete" Hernandez. Pete will be updating us on any Small Programs updates as well as a few other topics. 

May 10th, 2021: FASFAA Webinar: Mental Health for Employees and Staff: Please join Dr. Jenna Sage from Ultimate Medical Academy at 2pm on May 10th to learn more about this timely topic. More information and times will be forthcoming. 

June 15th, 2021: FASFAA Webinar: Borrower Based Academic Year (BBAY) Loans:  How do you certify BBAY loans? Join us from 2pm to 3:30pm. Abby Troche, University of Central Florida, and Ange Seraphin, University of South Florida, to discuss the requirements necessary to properly apply annual loan limits to borrowers attending your institution. We will explain BBAY loan issues and how to deal with changes that occur after a loan has been certified or originated. Come with questions and leave with answers to help you better manage these programs.


For past webinar records and handouts, FASFAA Members may visit the Archived Webinars link below. 

Archived Webinars from 2020/21, 2019/20, and 2018/19

 In keeping with our bylaws, we offer the following statement about these webinars:

Members of the Association recognize that one of the purposes of the Association is to provide training and informational services to its members through training conferences and periodic written material. While the Association shall utilize its best efforts to provide its members with the most current information available, there can be no assurances or warranty that its interpretation of any rule, regulation or statue 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 the Association harmless from any claims, damages, or liability resulting from such member’s use of any information, data, or interpretations as provided to such members by the Association.