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Introduction to Federal Student Aid is the prerequisite course for the Fundamentals of Federal Student Aid Training Workshop.  

Important!!  If you are receiving this message and you are trying to enroll in the Introduction to Federal Student Aid, please contact scot.davisson@ed.gov for additional assistance.   Thank you. 

Introduction to Federal Student Aid is the prerequisite course for the Fundamentals of Federal Student Aid Training Workshop.  

Important!!  If you are receiving this message and you are trying to enroll in the Introduction to Federal Student Aid, please contact scot.davisson@ed.gov for additional assistance.   Thank you. 

Introduction to Federal Student Aid is the prerequisite course for the Fundamentals of Federal Student Aid Training Workshop.  

Important!!  If you are receiving this message and you are trying to enroll in the Introduction to Federal Student Aid, please contact scot.davisson@ed.gov for additional assistance.   Thank you. 

This is the Default Aversion and Management recorded Webinar

This is the FSA COACH course for 2014-2015.  It is currently under development and is available only to course developers.

Welcome to Student Eligibility General Provisions that are found in Student and School Records.  
SIX [6] modules have been created to address the general provisions in Student Eligibility
 
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This information site is for E-Training Course developers only.

FISAP Training for 2015-16 will be available in August 2014.

If you would like to review the FISAP Training for 2014-15, click here.

This course provides schools the necessary tools to assist with Consumer Information requirements.

Welcome to Default Aversion and Management.  This training will provide  information on the Cohort Default Rate (CDR)  calculation, the challenges and appeals process, required corrective action resulting from high cohort default rates, and how to implement an effective default prevention strategy.  This training is intended for financial aid professionals and all others interested in and concerned with all aspects of default management. Click on the "Enroll Me" button below to continue.