Minority-Serving and Under-Resourced Schools Division 2016 Workshops

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The U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid Minority-Serving and Under-Resourced Schools Division (MSURSD) is pleased to announce the two-day workshop series,

Compliance Enhancement and Default Management.”  The workshop will be presented in a lecture format with facilitated discussion.

Who should attend the training?
Because meeting compliance goals in the delivery of Title IV aid requires a proactive institutional approach, we encourage bursars, registrars, and financial aid, fiscal affairs, and student accounts staff to attend the training.

What will the workshop cover?
The workshop consists of four modules that address the most common findings from audits and program reviews.  The workshop will also include updates on pertinent Title IV rules, regulations and/or regulatory guidance.

Day One – Topics

Early FAFSA Submission/FSA Reporting Requirements/Best Practices for Building a Collaborative Team/Federal Updates.

Day Two – Topics

What is Default Management/CDR Appeal and Challenge Processes/Borrower Repayment Options/How to Interpret CDR Reports/MSURSD Financial Literacy Tool Kit

When, where and how long are the workshops?
The workshops listed below will begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at approximately 4:30 p.m.

2016 Date               Location City State
March 8-9 Atlanta Regional Training Facility Atlanta GA
March 8-9 Dallas Regional Training Facility Dallas TX
March 15-16 Benedict College Columbia SC
March 22-23 Washington DC Regional Training Facility Washington DC
March 28-29 University of Houston, Clearlake Houston TX
March 29-30 Jackson State University Jackson MS
April 4-5 Universidad Politécnica de P.R. San Juan PR
April 5-6 Miami Dade College Miami FL
April 5-6 Xavier University New Orleans LA
April 5-6 Lawson State Community College Birmingham AL
April 6-7 Pontificia Universidad Católica de P.R. Ponce PR
April 12-13 Hampton University Hampton VA
April 12-13 New York Regional Training Facility New York NY
April 12-13 South Texas College Weslaco TX
April 19-20 City College of Chicago Chicago IL
April 20-21 Universidad Interamericana de P.R. Aguadilla PR
April 26-27 San Francisco Regional Facility San Francisco CA
April 26-27 Philander Smith College Little Rock AR
May 3-4 Mount San Antonio College Walnut CA
May 11-12 New School of Architecture and Design San Diego CA
May 17-18 North Carolina A&T Greensboro NC
June 14-15 Denver Regional Training Facility Denver CO
August 1-5 Salish Kootenai College Pablo MT

 

Do I need to bring anything to the workshop?
When you submit your registration form, you will receive a confirmation email with detailed instructions for downloading and printing training materials.

You will need to print the training materials and bring them to the workshop.  In an effort to reduce costs, as well as provide the most current information in our training, we will not have printed material available the day of training.

How do I register and how do I find directions to the workshop sites?
You may register here: (PRESS “CTRL” and CLICK) http://fsaregistration.ed.gov/d/0fqz67

Please complete the registration form completely for the site you select. When you register, you will be able to see detailed information about the location, including parking information and directions to each campus.                   

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information in this letter, please contact Mrs. Dolores Davis at (404) 974-9308 or Dolores.davis@ed.gov.             

Sincerely;

Marcia D. Boyd
Marcia D. Boyd, Ed.D.
Director
Minority Serving and Under Resourced Schools Division

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