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. Recordings are intended for members of FASFAA only and should not be shared with non-members.

Thank you everyone who participated and attended in this year's FASFAA webinars! Please check back soon as we begin setting up new webinars for 2022-2023!

Past 2021-22 Webinars:

  • June 17th @10am (EST) – Satisfactory Academic Progress (NASFAA Credential): Karissa Lawson (UCF) & Samantha Redlund (UCF)
  • May 11th @10am (EST) – Appreciation at Work — Is That a Thing?: Chantel Carter
  • April 15th @10:30am (EST) – Financial Literacy: Will Hunter (UNF) & Alex Yates (UNF)

  • March 23rd @10:30am (EDT)- Believing the Unseen: Invisible Disabilities: Jax Rogero (UCF)

  • February 28th @10am (EST) – Ask a FASFAA Financial Aid Director: Alicia Keaton (UCF), Francisco Valines (FIU), & Dameion Lovett (USF)
  • December 13th, 2021 at 10:00am (EST) – A Snapshot of Financial Aid Practice during COVID-19: Saralyn McKinnon-Crowley PhD

  • November 17th, 2021 – When A Bill Really Becomes a Law: How Does Neg Reg Work; And Why Should I Care?:

    Daniel Barkowitz, Michaela Martin, Alyssa Dobson, & Will Shaffner


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

Archived Webinars from 2021/22, 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.