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

Supporting Transcript Evaluations: What Your Evaluators Need to Know to be Successful

October 29, 2018

Monday, October 29, 2-3 PM ET

A transcript evaluator is an essential role within any institution.  This webinar will cover the importance of the transcript evaluator role: how to train your transcript evaluators, what evaluators need to know to do their jobs, the importance of technology in this role, the components of a transcript and how to read them, navigating course descriptions, and so much more!  Whether you are a transcript evaluator or you supervise that role in any capacity, all are welcome to this session.  

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Presenter: Katie A. Schwienteck, Associate Registrar, York College of Pennsylvania

Katie Schwienteck

Katie A. Schwienteck currently serves as Associate Registrar for Transfer Articulation at York College of Pennsylvania and has over 12 years’ experience in transfer-focused higher education.  In her current position Katie works closely with transfer recruitment, credit articulation, strategic planning, articulation agreements and transfer student advising.  Katie serves as Chair for AACRAO’s Transfer and Articulation Committee and has presented annually at AACRAO since 2014.  Additionally, Katie has been quoted in AACRAO Connect, The Successful Register and The Enrollment Manager on various transfer related topics.  Katie earned her Masters of Art in Communication from Notre Dame of Maryland University and her Bachelors of Science in Public Relations from Millersville University of Pennsylvania.  She is also adjunct faculty in the field of Communications.