FAFSA

2017 - 2018 FAFSA

(Early FAFSA/Prior Prior Year)

The 2017–18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) season will begin earlier than previous FAFSA application cycles

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Beginning on Oct. 1, 2016, students will be able to fill out the FAFSA for the 2017–18 school year. (In the past, they had to wait until January 1). In addition, applicants will no longer need to estimate income and tax information and will be able to retrieve their data directly from the IRS, right from the first day the FAFSA is available. Students also will have information about their Expected Family Contributions earlier, helping them as they’re going through the college application and selection process. 

Webinars

GDPR: A Month of Due Diligence

July 12, 2018

Thursday, July 12, 2-3 PM ET

This webinar will review the lead-up to implementation and evaluate an institutional response to GDPR. This informal discussion between the authors of the Interassociation GDPR Guide will examine the first six weeks of implementation, share any needed adjustments or additions to the current approach, and recall areas of greatest concern and determine the extent to which those have been addressed. 

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Presenter: Julia Funaki, Associate Director, AACRAO International 

Julia Funaki

Julia Funaki joined the staff at AACRAO in 1996 and currently serves as Associate Director, AACRAO International. She has been involved with NAFSA and AACRAO as an author, presenter, committee member and chair, and serves on the faculty for the AACRAO Summer and Winter Institutes.













Presenter: Mark McConahay, Associate Vice Provost and Registrar, Indiana University Bloomington


Mark McConahayMark McConahay attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, received a B.A. in Mathematics (1979) and Master of Science of Environmental Science (1984) and never left. He joined the Office of the Registrar in 1982 as an Analyst/Programmer, was the Associate Registrar of Systems from 1990–2011, and is now the Associate Vice Provost and Registrar. In addition to his work in the Office of the Registrar, Mark has presented at several conferences, received two EDUCAUSE Best practice Awards (then CAUSE), two CUMREC Best Paper Awards, contributed to books and articles, was a member of the 2002 EDUCAUSE program committee, and a member of the CUMREC Board of Directors.