News Showing 1-10 of 1757 Filter Filters: Year 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Topics Accounting and Financial Reporting Analytics Athletics Auxiliary Services, Campus Operations Campus Safety Community Colleges Comprehensive/Doctoral Institutions Diversity and Inclusion Effectiveness E-Learning Endowment and Debt Management Energy Efficiency, Sustainability Facilities, Environmental Compliance FASB Finance Form 1098-T GASB Global Operations Grants Management Human Resources Leadership Legislative Update Organizational Effectiveness Planning and Budgeting Privacy/Intellectual Property Research Universities Retirement Risk Management and Campus Security Small Institutions Student Financial Services Tax Technology May 22, 2019 GASB Proposes Guidance on Cloud Computing and Similar Arrangements → The Governmental Accounting Standards Board’s recent Exposure Draft addresses subscription-based information technology arrangements, such as cloud computing. Proposed guidance uses new lease accounting concepts. Comments are due to GASB by August 23. May 13, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? April 30-May 13, 2019 → In this edition: House appropriators approve increased FY20 funding for ED, the IRS announces retirement and deferred compensation plan audits, and more. May 13, 2019 Delay of State Authorization Rule Struck Down by Judge → A federal court has struck down a delay of the Obama-era rules on state authorization for distance education and foreign locations of domestic institutions. Unless there is an appeal, the rules become effective on May 26. May 13, 2019 15 Campuses Recognized as Green Power Leaders → The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized 15 colleges and universities among its Top 100 Green Power Partners. May 09, 2019 Private Colleges Now Use Nearly Half of Tuition Revenue for Student Scholarships → The 2018 NACUBO Tuition Discounting Study (TDS) found that the average institutional discount rate for all undergraduates is estimated to have reached a record high of 46.3 percent in 2018-19. This estimate suggests that private colleges and universities are now devoting almost half their tuition and fee revenue to scholarships, grants, and fellowships for undergraduate students. April 29, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? April 16-29, 2019 → In this edition: The VA increases Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits, ED calls for clear communications to students, and more. April 15, 2019 What Did I Miss in Washington? April 2-15, 2019 → In this edition: Congress holds hearings on HEA priorities, the FTC proposes new IT security requirements, and more. April 13, 2019 Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Accreditation and Innovation Reaches Consensus → The group rewrote numerous federal regulations related to accreditation, Return of Title IV funds, TEACH Grants, distance learning, state authorization, and more. April 13, 2019 ED Clarifies Policy on Prorating Course Materials That Result in Institutional Charges → The Department of Education recently unveiled guidance explaining its policy on prorating books and course materials that will be used beyond a single academic term. April 12, 2019 Title IX Senate Hearing Adds to National Discussion → As lawmakers discuss a potential new way forward in the handling of campus sexual assault, the Department of Education faces ongoing litigation and its own complex rulemaking process as it attempts to redefine Title IX rules.