Federal regulations require financial aid offices to have enough qualified staff to adequately administer the Title IV aid programs. However, determining the adequate staff size is a challenge for every campus-and increases in both regulations and applicants have exacerbated the problem. To help campuses, the 2012 NASFAA Staffing Model Report summarizes key characteristics-including operations, budget, automation, student satisfaction, and staff workload-that affect nearly 1,000 financial aid offices. New to the 2012 report are complete analyses by institutional sector type and regional affiliation. Since these reports were first published in 1995, thousands of NASFAA members have used them to establish staffing benchmarks and make the case for increases.
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