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FAME Since 1978, FAME has dedicated meeting the diverse needs of Career Schools and Colleges
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participating in Federal Financial Aid programs and those seeking quality, affordable, web based and
server based Student Information Systems. FAME provides comprehensive, secure, cost effective
Student Information Systems using today's technology, combining mobile communications and
predictive assessment and efficient, compliant processing and management of Federal Title IV
funding. Our focus is to deliver value to our customers by providing solutions that meet today's
regulatory and student needs. We offer both Financial Aid and Student Information systems. Please
visit us at www.fameinc.com.
Financial Aid Services (FAS) "Our mission is to perform an upfront assessment of the institution to familiarize ourselves with each client school culture and systems and then to streamline
operations with our technology and value added hands-on processing. We aim to keep the school
completely administratively capable by also educating the school staff so that they are in control of
the school's Title IV Programs and can make decisions and answer to officials if necessary." Please
visit us at www.financialaidservices.com/.
School Management and Record Tracking, Inc. has served the school community for more
than two decades. It has evolved from its original simplistic DOS to the SMART for Windows version
to our current state of the art OnlineSMART.Net system initially developed in 2003. As the leaders
in online school management and record tracking software systems, we offer a variety of cuttingedge products and services. School Management and Record Tracking, Inc. and its highly capable
employees have extensive backgrounds in all facets of the proprietary school industry. Please visit
us at www.onlinesmart.net.
The Boston Educational Network Since 1995 our team has delivered value with effective services and strategies that help
colleges, career schools and their students to succeed. To achieve this, we conduct detailed analyses, blending insight and experience from all aspects of college and career school education, to meet the unique needs of our clients. Whether it is processing
student financial aid, providing management software, conducting internal audits, training existing personnel, or accreditation
assistance, we offer to extend this superior level of service to you and your school. Please visit us at www.boston-ed.com/.
Deborah John & Associates, Inc. DJA has been serving our clients since 1988. Today, the company serves clients in
almost every state providing quality work and personalized service, building DJA's reputation as one of the top companies in the
financial aid services industry. Even with DJA's success and growth, the company's foundational philosophy remains the same:
to provide personalized service yielding professional results. To learn more about how DJA's services benefit Title IV schools,
please call Kristi Cole, Director of Sales, or Deborah John, President, at (800) 242-0977. Please visit us at http://gotodja.com/.
Educational Management Services Incorporated Christine Gregory is the President and CEO of Educational
Management Services Inc., which was founded in 1985. She has been closely associated with post-secondary schools and
the financial aid Title IV programs for the past 30 years and previously served on the Application Review Panel for the U.S.
Department of Education. In addition to providing financial aid services, EMS, Inc. has developed professional assistance in
areas of school management, administrative services and accreditation preparation and compliance. She is also the former
owner of two successful career colleges. Please visit us at www.emsinc.org/.
FAT$TAF, LLC is committed to meeting your school's Financial Aid needs. The company is owned and operated by
Catherine Ivie and Ditza BenShalom. It is located in sunny Phoenix, Arizona and provides services to schools throughout the U.S.A. FAT$TAF, LLC, is committed to meeting your school's Financial Aid needs and to helping you through the
complicated process of administering Federal Student Aid. We will be with you every step of the way. Please contact us at
GEMCOR was originally incorporated in 1973 after the HEA Amendments opened Title IV federal financial aid to vocational
institutions. Since the industry's inception, perpetual federal legislation continually increased the need for schools to seek
the assistance of professional financial aid administrators. During the past several decades, administration of federal aid
programs has evolved from simple beginnings, to an advanced, complex profession. Today's financial aid professionals must
not only be competent in industry regulations, but also highly computer literate. Today, GEMCOR is one of the largest, most
respected servicers in the nation, administering the federal student aid programs for over 150 schools across the country.
Please contact us at www.gemcorinc.com.
Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, LTD HMBR's multi-disciplinary approach is oriented toward helping clients design and
implement strategies to achieve their education and business goals within the complex and rapidly evolving education sector.
The attorneys in our Education Practice combine an exceptional depth of experience, with broad expertise in the many substantive areas of the law that characterize the demands of our education clients. Our services are delivered by a small team
of attorneys with an understanding of the unique context of contemporary education that enables our clients to create new
opportunities and successfully address the challenges posed by a constantly changing business, regulatory and technological
landscape. Please visit us at http://www.hmltd.com.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of BeautyLink - Volume 8, Issue 2
Message From the AACS President and CEA Chair
Workings of Washington
CEA Gets Amped Up in Vegas
The Bottom Line: What You Should Discuss With Your CP
Revelations About the Department of Education
Do’s and Don’ts of Shopping for Suppliers — It Isn’t Retail Therapy!
And Then There’s Compliance
Students and Money Management
Voices From the Classroom
Beauty Changes Lives
People & Places
New Products & Services
Associate Member Profiles: Financial Services
New School Members
Upcoming 2016 Events
Index to Advertisers
BeautyLink - Volume 8, Issue 2
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