November 15, 2016
How Will the 2016 Election Results Reshape Higher Education?How Will the 2016 Election Results Reshape Higher Education?
College and university business officers will likely see a significant shift in how Washington policymakers approach issues impacting higher education institutions. NACUBO responds to 10 questions you may have.

ED Establishes New Financial Accountability Rules for Private Institutions

Nonprofit and for-profit schools will face increased financial scrutiny under new, far-reaching regulations published by the Department of Education. Student loan borrowers will have a more transparent process for filing borrower defense-to-repayment claims.

NACUBO and Others Share SFA Audit Concerns

Although the Department of Education has asserted that the Office of Management and Budget’s 2017 Compliance Supplement will require annual Student Financial Assistance audits, NACUBO and other associations have asked OMB to evaluate ED’s authority to mandate annual audits.

Guidance on Bursar Office Policy Manuals Now Available

The new NACUBO advisory report provides a comprehensive list of topics to include in student accounts office policy and procedure manuals, as well as training documents to help front-line staff deliver first-rate customer service.

NACUBO and EDUCAUSE Comment on Proposed Changes to FTC Safeguards Rule

NACUBO and EDUCAUSE weighed in with the Federal Trade Commission, cautioning against a “one-size-fits-all” regulatory approach for information security programs.

Ethics and Financial Markets: What Every Endowment Management Professional Should Know

Recorded on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 1:00PM ET

Tune in to this webcast that will take an in-depth look at the ethical and fiduciary responsibilities associated with endowment management. Panelists will highlight the CFA Institute Integrity List and its Endowment Code of Conduct and discuss the importance of reviewing investment strategy and practices regularly. Register today!

This program is supported by Crowe Horwath.

2017 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting - Winter

January 23-24, 2017
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

This workshop covers a broad array of higher education accounting and financial reporting topics including net asset classes, restrictions, endowments, investment pool utilization, split-interest agreements, capital assets, debt, and operating activities. As one past attendee said, "I loved the great variety of content! It was all applicable to some aspect of my job." Register today! 


 

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