November 2, 2015
ED Revises Cash Management RulesED Revises Cash Management Rules
Colleges and universities that have arrangements with banks to provide accounts to students, or that use a third-party servicer to pay credit balances to students, face numerous new requirements under the Department of Education’s recently announced rules.

Congress Strikes Budget Deal as House Elects New Speaker

On the heels of Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) election as the new Speaker of the House, Congress passed a two-year budget deal that eases spending caps and lifts the nation's debt limit until March 2017.

Proposal Will Add Pension Questions to IPEDS Finance Survey

The Department of Education is attempting to quantify the FY15 impact of implementing GASB’s pension standard. The comment deadline is November 10.

Post-9/11 GI Bill Overpayments Levy Expensive Burden on Veterans and Schools

After a recent report found more than $400 million in benefit overpayments in FY14, the Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to provide more information to students and their institutions.

Complete the Key Facilities Metrics Survey by December 14

The 2014-15 Key Facilities Metrics Survey, a collaboration between NACUBO and APPA, is still open. Participants who fill out at least two of the five consumption metrics (BTU, electrical, water, waste, and carbon) will be entered to win one of two $500 Apple gift cards. Log in to get started.


Understanding ED's New Cash Management Rules

Recorded on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 1:00PM ET

Learn about the Department of Education's new requirements for institutions that use a third-party servicer or bank to help pay Title IV credit balances or to offer accounts to students.  Hear what you will need to do to comply with the new regulations.

This program is sponsored by Crowe Horwath.

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February 3-5, 2016
New York, NY

Join us in New York City February 3-5, 2016, to discuss current institutional endowment management issues and trends. Register now and take advantage of early bird rates.


 

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