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Who Should Attend?

  • New or inexperienced financial aid administrators

  • Enrollment professionals

  • Student accounts staff

  • Agency personnel

  • Counselors

  • Administrators whose reporting line includes financial aid

Why Attend This Institute?

  • As the oldest professional development program in financial aid, the Institute continues its tradition of responding to the ever-changing college financing environment. This year’s program reflects the interacting technical, organizational, and communication skill sets that are essential to professional excellence in an effective enrollment- sensitive institutional aid program.

  • Participation in the Institute allows individuals to develop core competencies in financial aid administration within one week.

  • The comprehensive agenda is designed for participants with limited student aid experience. Hands-on learning through the use of case studies is enhanced by discussion on process, regulatory, and ethical issues.

  • Experienced resident faculty offer practical guidance on the challenge of working in a highly regulated and enrollment-sensitive environment.

  • Through small-group interaction, special attention is focused on the needs and concerns of participants working in community colleges, public colleges and universities, independent institutions, and agencies.

  • The College Board has been involved with the financial aid delivery system since the beginning. No other organization is better prepared to provide professional development that combines detailed process training with a value-added enrollment and student service perspective. Join us for a busy week of professional growth in an informal, interactive environment as we explore the basics of higher education financing!

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