PHEAA Financial Aid Assistance Webinars

Posted by Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) on May 11, 2021

The month of May begins a new series of PHEAA one-hour webinars on topics associated with affording higher education.  The webinars are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Some are “Lunch and Learns” at noon, and some are evening events (6:30 PM), since we are trying to accommodate various schedules.  These are interactive webinars where questions are welcome.

Webinar #1:  Two Step Approach to Post Secondary Financial Bliss

Join financial aid experts Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for this fun and informative webinar.  Learn how to use online tools to plan for financial success as you seek a postsecondary education.  This webinar also emphasizes best practices (such as seeking grants and scholarships first) covers the primary methods of keeping school related debt to a minimum, reminds families about additional resources (such as payment plans) and touches on private/ alternative loans as a last resort.

Dates: Tuesday, 5/18, Noon; Thursday, 5/20, 6:30 pm

Webinar #2:  Deep Dive Into Credit Related to Education Funding

For most families, borrowing for education is part of the equation and can be confusing as families look for the best options to fit their needs.  Join Dan Wray and Linda Pacewicz of Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for a one-hour webinar to increase your financial literacy and knowledge on the process of credit and how to maintain or improve ratings an comparison points to help make informed and affordable education borrowing decisions.

Dates: Tuesday 5/11 and 5/25, 6:30pm; Thursday 5/13 and 5/27,  Noon

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