Member Services

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Benefits of an ISFAA Membership

  • Enjoy discounted rates for our annual conferences
  • Network with colleagues and exchange ideas
  • Be a part of an association with a strong, well-respected voice with the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) and the Midwest Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators(MASFAA)
  • Web access and inclusion in the ISFAA directory at www.isfaa.org
  • Opportunity for professional and personal growth
  • Involvement and training opportunities
  • Ability to post and search job vacancies on the ISFAA website

Types of Membership

-Regular Member - $50/year: Limited to financial aid professionals working in post secondary education institutions in the State of Indiana which are deemed to be eligible to participate in federal or state financial aid programs. These members shall have voting privileges and may serve in any elective or appointed position

-Associate Member - $50/year: Open to professionals representing public and private agencies and organizations concerned with or engaged in the  support and/or administration of student financial aid, as well as, professionals working in post secondary education in the State of Indiana.These representatives shall have voting privileges and may serve on the Executive Committee in any appointed position or elected at-large position.

- Student Affiliate - $0/year: Limited to any student enrolled at a post secondary educational institution in the State of Indiana which is deemed eligible to participate in federal and status financial aid programs. Student affiliates shall not have voting privileges and cannot hold elective or appointed positions.

- Retiree - $0/ year: Limited to those who were actively involved in the administration of student financial aid programs at a post secondary education institution in the State of Indiana which is deemed eligible to participate in federal or state student financial aid programs, or an organization concerned with, or engaged in, the support and/or the administration of student financial aid at the time of their retirement. Retirees shall not have voting privileges and cannot hold elective positions, but may be appointed to serve on a committee with approval of the president.