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The Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators is a non-profit organization that provides support to financial aid administrators and other agencies involved in the administration of financial aid programs in Wisconsin’s postsecondary educational institutions. 

The WASFAA Blog

The WASFAA Blog contains updates from the WASFAA President, highlights committee activities and member profiles, and provides articles written by members and guests.

We Are WASFAA

Who is WASFAA? We are WASFAA. YOU are WASFAA. The association thrives due to dedication and support from all WASFAA members. Learn more about how WASFAA is governed, how each member can have their voice heard in governance, how to get involved in WASFAA and more. 

Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators is a non-profit organization that provides support to financial aid administrators and other agencies involved in the administration of financial aid programs in Wisconsin’s postsecondary educational institutions.

The mission of WASFAA is to promote and provide quality administration of financial aid programs in Wisconsin's postsecondary institutions. In addition, it strives to ensure the availability of an ethical, equitable, and accessible financial aid delivery system for students attending Wisconsin's public, private, technical and proprietary colleges and universities.

WASFAA was founded on May 17, 1966 by Wally Douma (UW-Madison) and Jan Ocker (UW-Parkside) with 9 charter members. We now have approximately 465 paid members and about 200 people attend each bi-annual conference. 

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WASFAA Handbook (June 2010)

WASFAA Jobs - Find jobs available in Wisconsin

Executive Committee - 2013-2014 meeting minutes.

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Reader Comments (1)

Thanks for posting this Melissa! I recommend everyone zoom in and look at all the awesome pics of WASFAA members! WE ARE WASFAA!

April 16, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterSusan Johnson

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