Presentation on theme: "How FSA Resources Can Help Your Family & Community"— Presentation transcript:
1 How FSA Resources Can Help Your Family & Community PRESENTED BYCindy CameronSandra Vuong
2 Ordering Print Publications Social Media (Facebook and Twitter) StudentAid.govPrepare for CollegeFAFSARepay LoansMy Student Aid loginFinancial Aid ToolkitOrdering Print PublicationsSocial Media (Facebook and Twitter)YouTube VideosBlogs
10 My Federal Student Aid NSLDS interface STUDENTAID.GOV/LOGINNSLDS interfaceQuick access to other sites as alternative
11 Alerts for default, converted TEACH Grant, aid overpayment My FederalStudent Aidhome/overviewOverview of aidAlerts for default, converted TEACH Grant, aid overpaymentLinks to detailed info re individual loans & grants
12 StudentAid.gov/Resources Fact sheetsBrochuresBookletsVideosInfographicsInfo re Braille
13 Ordering Print Publications FSA and “Big ED” publicationsOrders limited to 1-3 copiesFREE
15 FinancialAidToolkit.ed.gov AUDIENCE: School counselors & other mentors SITE STRUCTURE:Learn About Financial AidConduct OutreachGet TrainingSearch Tools and Resources
16 Learn About Financial Aid Self-instructionTalking points & tips for advising studentsFeatured resources
17 Conduct Outreach In-person or remote IDEAS & RESOURCES FOR OUTREACH:In-person or remoteHow to answer FAQs from special audiences
18 Get TrainingAccessing free formal training in financial aidNT4CM
19 Search Tools And Resources FILTER SEARCH BY:Resource Type (e.g., videos, presentations, how-to guides)Audience TypeTopic (e.g., FAFSA completion, loan repayment)Time of Year
20 Bulk Publication Ordering For you as FSA staff, to share in your communityContact Veronica Redmond (3rd floor UCP)For community organizations to order and shareSearch “How-to Guides” on Toolkit for instructions on signing up for ID number for organization
21 How FSA Resources Can Help Your Family & Community SOCIAL MEDIA/FederalStudentAid@FAFSAYOUTUBE VIDEOS/FederalStudentAidBLOGS
22 College preparednessPaying for collegeStudent loan repayment
24 “Follow” us to see our posts on your newsfeed Facebook.com/FederalStudentAid“Like” our page“Follow” us to see our posts on your newsfeedGot a question? Send us a message or leave a comment on one of our posts.
25 Facebook Post Examples Facebook.com/FederalStudentAidFacebook Post ExamplesFSA responds to many questions on Facebook
26 Facebook Post Examples Facebook.com/FederalStudentAidFacebook Post ExamplesWe also post “fun” content that is relevant to students and parents.
27 Sharing a Facebook Post Facebook.com/FederalStudentAidSharing a Facebook PostClicking on the “Share” button will prompt this pop-up. You can add your own personal text.
28 Sharing a Facebook Post Facebook.com/FederalStudentAidSharing a Facebook PostThe post will be shared via your personal timeline and appear on your friend’s newsfeed.Also, “liking” or “commenting” on a Facebook post are other activities that can be shared to your friend’s newsfeed.
29 Twitter.com/FAFSA @FAFSA on Twitter “Follow” @FAFSA to see our tweets. Currently, FSA has 63k followers.
30 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter.com/FAFSATwitter Post ExampleReplyRetweetFavorite
31 Twitter.com/FAFSATwitter Post ReplyReply to a tweet and say something about it. The tweet appears on your feed and begins a discussion thread.
32 The original tweet is duplicated. Twitter.com/FAFSATwitter Post RetweetRetweet is similar to “re-sending” someone else’s tweet to all of your followers.The original tweet is duplicated.This tweet has been retweeted 22 times.
33 Lets FSA know you liked our tweet and allows you to save it for later. Twitter.com/FAFSATwitter Post FavoriteFavorites:Lets FSA know you liked our tweet and allows you to save it for later.This tweet has been favorited 31 times.