ED Shares Details on New Borrower Defense Policy
When considering approved borrower defense to repayment claims, the Department of Education will now apply a presumption of full relief as the starting point and will reduce the amount of relief offered, if warranted, by evidence provided by a school, a borrower, or other sources.
AACRAO and Lumina Foundation Report Examines the Use of Holds
Holds for registration and official transcripts are often used by institutions to motivate students to take a required action. While most holds are resolved, a newly released report looks at practices at 14 colleges and universities and begins a conversation on their use and impact on students and institutions.
Student-Athlete NIL Compensation May Impact Federal Aid Dollars
The Education Department’s Federal Student Aid Office is weighing in on the issue of student-athlete name, image and likeness compensation and its potential impact on federal aid dollars for students.