February/March 2003 Online Publication    


Association News
   Letter from the Editor
   02-03 Leadership
   NJASFAA Nominations
   EASFAA Conference
   Fall Conference 2002
   Hotline a Success
   MYF Chats
   NASFAA Press Releases
   Spring Conference 2003
   Training Opportunities

   Sunshine News

Committee News
   Public Relations

   Cohort Default Rates
   Affirmative Action
   "F" in FAFSA Means Free
   Tax benefits
   Dumb Questions?
   Need vs. Merit
   Master Promissory Note
   Ask HESAA

Maribeth Quinn
   Phone: (908) 668-2408
   Fax: (908) 226-4568

If you would like to advertise in the NJASFAA Newsletter, please contact:
Development Co-Chair
Kimber P Decker
Phone (570) 620-2944
Fax (570) 620-2945

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers,

I am very pleased to announce that this edition of the NJASFAA News is also available on-line at www.njasfaa.org. When I took over as Editor for this 2002-2003 year, I began working with the Electronic Initiatives Committee to see that NJASFAA joined the many other state organizations in providing an on-line newsletter. Larry Sharp and Jim Owens, Chairs - Electronic Initiatives and Kimber Decker, Co-Chair - Development and I have worked very hard to make this possible. Please go to the NJASFAA Website and see what's been accomplished. We are all very proud of this endeavor. Larry and Paula Gordon, ATAC, have done a splendid job, but we are still happy to receive any additional ideas and thoughts.

This edition marks the end of a hard copy of the NJASFAA News. I would like to thank our printer, BP Graphics, for all the wonderful work they have done over the past number of years. Most members do not realize all the hard work and effort that goes into printing the newsletter, and I would have been lost without Este and her co-workers.

Although we will no longer provide a hard copy of the NJASFAA News, articles are still needed and willingly accepted.. Please continue to forward any articles or items of interest for the newsletter to me at mquinn@solarishs.org.

Maribeth Quinn