WHY SUPpport MASFAA?
The mission of the Midwest Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (MASFAA) is to promote and provide quality training and professional development opportunities, to advocate and support financial aid programs, and to facilitate effective communication and coordination among interrelated professional associations in an effort to serve the need and interests of students and post-secondary institutions within its nine-state region.
To assist in meeting this mission, some of MASFAA’s goals are to:
The current MASFAA membership includes over 1,400 representatives from all sectors of educational institutions, state and federal governmental agencies, lending institutions, guarantors, service providers, and others with a vested interest in the financial aid industry.
Please consider making a commitment to exhibiting at our annual conference or donating to an array of MASFAA activities. Simply view our Support Options, and click the associated links to indicate your interest in exhibiting, advertising, or providing additional support.
We look forward to working with all of our donors and exhibitors in continuing to provide the highest level of service to our membership and the students we serve.
What Others are Saying About MASFAA:
“I had an amazing time at Summer Institute! Not only did I learn a ton, I met some amazing people. Nothing bands you together with a group of people like a week of intense learning about the foundations of financial aid and staying in a dorm. My time at Summer Institute increased my knowledge base, and my professional network. I can honestly look back on my time there and see how that week changed my entire outlook on financial aid and association participation."
- Keri Gilbert, Financial Aid Advisor, University of Missouri
“I believe the MASFAA Leadership Symposium was a great opportunity to increase my confidence as a financial aid administrator. The time we spent at the conference gave me a breath of fresh air. It was a fun time to connect with individuals and learn a great deal of skills for the future. I would recommend this to everyone that is interested.”
- Jose Ayala, Assistant Director, The University of Illinois at Chicago