Register NOW for RMASFAA’s First Webinar!

Consumer Information Requirements: Tips on Making an Audit a Little Smoother

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. MST

http://www.rmasfaa.org/docs/toc_webinars.html 

Who doesn’t want to make an audit smoother?!? Find out from a former Fed, Dr. Jeremy Early! Jeremy
will share best practices for staying in compliance with the myriad of Consumer Information requirements, including the latest conundrum in the Financial Aid World, the dreaded Gainful Employment.

Jeremy
Dr. Early is pictured here with co-presenter, audit finding enforcer and faithful companion, Harper.

Jeremy is the Associate Director for Administrative Services in Housing and Residential Education at the University of Utah. Prior to this position, he worked in the financial aid field for several years: as an Institutional Review Specialist (auditor) for the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid, Director of Financial Aid at a community college in Denver and nearly five years in financial aid at the University of Kansas. During Jeremy’s tenure with the Department, he got the opportunity to travel the Chicago/Denver region, auditing all types of institutions. One of his strong focuses was on consumer requirements. Jeremy earned his bachelor’s degree in communication-journalism from Truman State University (MO), and both his master’s and doctoral degrees in higher education administration from the University of Kansas.

Space is limited to the first 100 registrants; please register only one per office and then watch as a group!

The webinar is FREE, so sign up TODAY!!!

RMASFAA Training Committee

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