Publication Date: June 13, 2016
Subject: Webinar Recording - Gainful Employment: Reading Your Draft GE Completers List Files
Summary: This letter announces the availability of Federal Student Aid's recording of the first June 2016 webinar about the Gainful Employment (GE) Completers List.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the recorded version of the Reading Your Draft GE Completers List Files webinar. In this session we described the GE Completers List that was distributed to institutions on June 1, 2016, the origin of the data included on it, and how to read and interpret the information. This training also described two new tools to assist institutions with reading their GE Completers List: the GE Completers List Import Tool (spreadsheet) and the GE Completers List Viewer Tool.
Federal Student Aid staff presented this webinar on June 2 and again on June 7, 2016. While the presentation for both sessions was the same, the questions received from participants were different; therefore, we are providing the recording and transcript for both sessions.
No registration is required to view the recorded training sessions.
To view the June 2, 2016 session, including the presentation slides and transcript, click on this link:
To view the June 7, 2016 session, including the presentation slides and transcript, click on this link:
Note: As a reminder, we will offer the second GE Completers List webinar, “Submitting GE Completers List Corrections”, on June 14 and again on June 16, 2016. Refer to Dear Colleague Letter ANN-16-09 for complete information, including how to register for the webinar.
Thank you for your continued interest in and support of our training efforts.
If you have questions about using the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS), contact the NSLDS Customer Support Center at 800/999-8219. You can also contact Customer Support by e-mail at email@example.com.
Complete information on the GE Program requirements is available on the Gainful Employment Information page on the Information for Financial Aid Professionals (IFAP) Web site.
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