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Understanding FInancial AId Awards Bibligraphy

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Bibliograph to accompany the slide show, "Understanding FInancial Aid Awards and Communicating with Financial Aid Offices."

Bibliograph to accompany the slide show, "Understanding FInancial Aid Awards and Communicating with Financial Aid Offices."


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  • 1. NACAC “Counselors’ Aid” Series: Answering Key Questions about Paying for College “Understanding Financial Aid Awards and Communicating with Financial Aid Offices” Bibliography Note: Asterisks (*) denote resources featured as take-aways in the “Understanding Financial Aid Awards and Communicating with Financial Aid Offices” Webinar. Financial Aid Letter.com LLC, 2008. “Financial Aid Letter.com” Web site at http://www.financialaidletter.com. *The Institute for College Access and Success, Project on Student Debt, 2008. “IBRinfo.” Web site on income-based repayment and public service student loan forgiveness at http://www.ibrinfo.org/index.php. *The Institute for College Access and Success, Project on Student Debt, 2008. “Questions to ask about private loans.” Web site at http://projectonstudentdebt.org/private_loan_questions.vp.html. *Kantrowitz, Mark. “Standardize Financial Aid Award Letters.” Editorial in Inside Higher Ed, June 22, 2007. Web site at http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2007/06/22/kantrowitz. *National Association for College Admission Counseling, 2008. Guide to the College Admission Process, Chapter 7: Financial Aid for College. Adobe Acrobat file accessible from link at http://www.nacacnet.org/PublicationsResources/Marketplace/Pages/AdmissionGuide.aspx. *National Association for College Admission Counseling, 2008. Guiding the Way to Higher Education: Step-by-Step to College Workshops for Students—Late High School Curriculum (Grades 11 and 12), Session VI: Financial Aid, “Student Bulletin: Understanding Your Financial Aid Award Letter.” Adobe Acrobat file at http://www.nacacnet.org/PublicationsResources/Marketplace/Documents/LateHS.pdf. *National Association for College Admission Counseling, 2008. “Statement of Principles of Good Practice.” Adobe Acrobat file at http://www.nacacnet.org/AboutNACAC/Policies/Documents/SPGP.pdf. National Association for College Admission Counseling, 2009. Steps to College newsletter, “Paying for College During Hard Economic Times.” Web site at http://www.nacacnet.org/PublicationsResources/steps/Articles/Pages/PayingCollegeHardEcono micTimes.aspx.
  • 2. “Understanding Financial Aid Awards and Communicating with Financial Aid Offices” Bibliography Page 2 National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, 2008. Cash for College brochure for students and parents. Adobe Acrobat file at http://www.nasfaa.org/AnnualPubs/cashforcollege.pdf. *National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, 2008. “Student Aid Program Summary.” Adobe Acrobat file accessible from link at http://www.nasfaa.org/redesign/fanight.asp. *U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid. 2008-2009 Federal Student Aid Handbook, Vol. 3, Chapter 2, “Cost of Attendance (Budget)”. Adobe Acrobat file at http://ifap.ed.gov/sfahandbooks/attachments/0809FSAHbkVol3Ch2Oct14.pdf. U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid. Counselors and Mentors Handbook on Federal Student Aid: A Guide for Those Advising Students About Financial Aid for Postsecondary Education, 2009-10, 2008. 2008-09 version currently accessible from link at http://ifap.ed.gov/ifap/byAwardYear.jsp?type=chandbooks. *U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid, April 2, 2009. Dear Colleague Letter GEN- 09-04, “Use of ‘Professional Judgment’ by Financial Aid Administrators.” Web site at http://www.ifap.ed.gov/dpcletters/GEN0904.html. U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid. “How Do I Compare Award Packages?” Undated Web site at https://studentaid2.ed.gov/GetMoney/pay_for_college/award_compare.html. U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid. “Sample Award Package.” Undated Web site at https://studentaid2.ed.gov/getmoney/pay_for_college/award.html. Revised 041409