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FAS Moves its May 2020 Spring Seminar to March 18-19, 2021 due to COVID-19

FAS has made the decision out of an abundance of caution to move up our annual seminar from May 7-8, 2020 to March 18-19, 2021 at the Gaylord Resort in Nashville, TN.  This will allow all attendees who registered/or were planning to register to ‘actually attend’ without fear of the corona virus spread and travel […]

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Eligibility Criteria For Financial Aid Every Student Must Know

Financial Aid Services helps students and their families pay fees towards college. It covers higher education expenses such as tuition fees, books, stationery, transportation, room, and boarding, etc. There are many types of financial aid and these include scholarships, work-study, grants, federal and private loans. A financial aid award generally includes a combination of the […]

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Third Party (Education) Servicers- What are they anyway?

With so many terms and phases being thrown into the world of Financial Aid, there can be many misconceptions. Third-party servicers (TPS) is one of those tossed around terms that can mean many things. Well, what is a Third-Party Servicer anyway? The Federal Government defines third-party servicers as “an individual or a State, or a […]

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The Perks of Cosmetology

Flexibility The opportunities for a cosmetology degree are endless. A career in cosmetology means that you can make your own schedule and your own hours. This allows you to fit your work life around your home life. Working part-time can also be an option. Travel If you have always wanted to travel, cosmetology can pave […]

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6 Reasons HVAC Might Be For You

1. Pay HVAC technicians make on average $43,000 a year. Salaries on the high-end can reach $63,000 per year or more when paired with skill specialization, experience, commissions, and union memberships. For example, refrigeration technicians are paid higher due to the amount of training required. A member of a union will also be paid more […]

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This is OUR Mission!

“Our mission is to perform an upfront assessment of the institution to familiarize ourselves with each client school culture and systems and then to streamline operations with our technology and value added hands-on processing. We aim to keep the school completely administratively capable by also educating the school staff so that they are in control […]

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FAS is Reviewing Your Policies and Student Files for Compliance

As part of your service with Financial Aid Services, your school receives periodic audits of your student financial aid files, your R2T4’s and your school policies that are relevant to the Title IV programs. If you are a client, you have already discovered that these are REAL audits and FAS has never had a finding-free audit […]

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FAS Spring Seminar Will Be on May 2-4, 2019 in Clearwater, Florida

FAS ‘ Spring Workshop and Federal Update, will once again be held at the beautiful Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater, FL on May 2nd-4th, 2019.  Registration and Reservation for Rooms will open soon. We have tweaked last year’s stellar event based on your feed back surveys.  The break out sessions will be in a […]

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FAS Integrates Its Title IV Disbursements Directly to Genesis and Other SIS’s

The Department of Education has been focusing on accurate disbursement dates and amounts within the school ledger as compared to the Department of Education’s COD reports.  It is critical that these dates and amounts match across the board on all reports. Unfortunately, many schools have different dates and amounts on their internal records from what the Department of […]

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