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DETERMINING THE LENGTH OF A SCHEDULED BREAK

Autumn and Winter holiday breaks present unique challenges for institutions when students withdraw from school. Once a student’s withdrawal date is determined, a school needs to calculate the percentage of the payment period or period of enrollment the student completed to determine the percentage of…

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MOST FREQUENTLY CITED PROGRAM REVIEW FINDINGS

What are the most frequently reported program review findings according to ED? ED recently released an updated program review guide packed with lot’s of great info to help schools and colleges understand the in’s and out’s of a program review. The new guide covers everything from general program…

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Policies and Procedures Assessment and Development

Finding time to document financial aid policies and procedures is difficult for many schools and that’s why we’re here to help. Recently accredited schools seeking participation in Title IV Federal Student Aid Programs, often must implement a number of institutional policies and procedures beyond those…

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Preparing a Report for Consumer Information

Our Consumer Information Disclosure and Reporting Assessment helps colleges and universities successfully identify and meet their obligation to report and disclose consumer information required under the Higher Education Act, Higher Education Opportunity Act, and other applicable laws. Schools and colleges are required to disclose a…

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Responding to an Audit and Program Review

Responding to an audit or program review can be overwhelming, particularly for schools with limited financial aid office personnel. Whether your school is required to implement corrective actions, perform file reconstruction and aid recalculation, or simply prepare a response or appeal, having a partner you can rely on will…

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How to handle a U. S. Department of Education Program Review Risk Assessment

It begins with a phone call from the U.S. Department of Education. You heard that FSA was increasing the number of program reviews it conducts, and although you hoped that your school would be at the bottom of their list, it was simply inevitable that…

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When your Board Chair asks, “How is our campus doing?”, how will you respond?

No one ever wants to admit that their college is in decline. When Trustees ask that questions, it’s imperative for college leadership to answer that question accurately. But when trustees ask different executives, they often get different answers, depending on who they ask. That’s because…

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