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July 1 marked the beginning of the Department of Education's award year and, as is often the case, several regulations went into effect that day.

The new rules:

Under the master calendar dictated by the Higher Education Act, final rules issued by November 1 generally become effective the following July 1.

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Bryan Dickson

Director, Student Financial Services and Educational Programs

202.861.2505


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