201 S Grant Avenue
Frasch Hall 422-423
Friday, September 29, 2017
10 am – 3 pm (Registration begins at 9:30 am)
Lunch and refreshments will be provided!
OASFAA membership is required. NASFAA membership is not required to take the credential test, but non-members will need to create a free myNASFAA account in order to take the credential test. Please review the NASFAA Credential Workshop information available here.
Cost based on option selected:
- $50 –in-person instruction, self-study guide and workbook, lunch, voucher code for credential exam
- $30 – in-person instruction, self-study guide and workbook, and lunch
- $15 – self-study guide and workbook (materials sent immediately upon receipt of payment; attendance at workshop not permitted with this option)
Payment must be received by the OASFAA Workshop Registrar, Carrie Short, before access to the workshop room will be granted. Payments will be accepted onsite (check, credit card. If you bring cash, you must have the exact amount. We are unable to make change on site.). If you/your institution is mailing a check, be sure to allow enough time for it to be received and processed by the OASFAA Workshop Registrar, Carrie Short, or you will need to pay in person on the day of the workshop. Please review the cancellation policy regarding NASFAA Credential Workshops here.
Space is limited and will be restricted to the first 30 participants.
This workshop will explain the various aspects of 2017-18 Verification and the documents required to complete the process. Upon completion of this workshop, you will be qualified to take the credentialing exam on Verification. (A voucher for the cost of the exam will be provided at the conclusion of the workshop for those who purchased the option that includes the voucher code.)
Instructors: Jesse McMillan (Capital University) and Erin Glass (Urbana University).
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