Links & Resources
- Alaska (ALASFAA) – Website Not Available
- Arizona (AASFAA) – www.aasfaa.org
- California (CASFAA) – www.casfaa.org
- Idaho (IASFAA) – www.iasfaaonline.org
- Nevada (NAFAA) – www.nafaaweb.org
- Oregon (OASFAA) – www.oasfaaonline.org
- Pacific Islands (PacFAA) – www.pacfaa.org
- Washington State (WFAA) – www.wfaa.org
Other Important Links
- The Financial Aid Information Page – Visit this page to get an estimate of your EFC (which will help you determine your eligibility for federal student aid), or conduct a free scholarship search.
- GPO - Government Printing Office – Use this site to search 1995 through 1999 Federal Registers. The site also contains other GPO publications.
- U.S. Department of Education Homepage – This site contains a lot of information including Office of Postsecondary Education's Page, Information for Schools on the Student Financial Assistance Programs. Links to specific student information follow.
- StudentAid.Gov – A great resource for students seeking Federal Student Aid, this guide describes all the Federal programs, eligibility criteria, etc.
- FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid – You can complete a Free Application for Federal Student Ais at this website. Check with your school to see if they participate in the federal aid programs.
- The Whitehouse – Get the latest from the President, read about White House History, etc.
Internet, Publications and Other Access Instructions
Congressional Web Sites
- You can obtain an updated list of all members of the House at www.house.gov.
- You can obtain an updated list of all members of the Senate at www.senate.gov.
When was the last time you wrote a letter to your elected representatives? Well if it has been a long time, this information on the WASFAA website will help you voice your opinion. New members of Congress need to be educated about student aid issues and all members need to know how proposed changes or regulations will affect your students.
Remember to get your students involved! Hearing from financial aid administrators is helpful, but getting letters from the students who actually benefit from the financial aid programs would make a big IMPACT!