The NYSFAAA Connection
A newsletter for financial aid professionals in New York

Current Issue - Summer 2012

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NYSFAAA sincerely thanks long-term editor Laura Worley for her contributions to the NYSFAAA Connection Newsletter. The Summer 2012 Issue was the last edition. Please visit the NYSFAAA Blog - Empire Chat for updates and information, news and events, and to stay in touch with fellow financial aid administrators.

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The information presented on the NYSFAAA Website is provided as a service from the New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association to our constituents and represents our best efforts to assist students and their families in pursuing funding for higher education. NYSFAAA is a volunteer association of financial aid professionals representing the various institutions of higher education in New York State. We have collected information we believe to be important and reputable in finding and obtaining financial aid resources; however, we assume no liability for the use of this information. The New York State Financial Aid Administrator's Association, Inc (NYSFAAA) does not receive any money, gifts or compensation, related to educational lending activities, from any "lending institution" as defined in S620(8)a and S620(8)b of New York State Education Law. Hence, NYSFAAA does not meet the definition of "lending institution" as defined in S620(8)c of New York State Education Law. Therefore, institutions of higher education in New York and employees of those institutions are not subject to any potential conflicts of interest or legal restrictions under NYS Education Law in their interactions with NYSFAAA.*
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