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As things move quickly in Washington, DC, NACUBO is your constant advocate in action. NACUBO On Your Side covers important legislative and agency activity NACUBO staff are tracking, what we’re currently advocating for, and how you can take action with us.

Here are the issues we are tracking and advocating for this week.

On the Hill

Reintroduced Bill Would Regulate Income Share Agreements
On July 19, senators from both parties reintroduced the ISA Student Protection Act, a bill that would provide regulatory guidance and consumer protections for income share agreements (ISAs). ISAs are contracts between an entity and student, where the student is provided money upfront for their education in exchange for a percentage of their future income to be paid to the entity over a specified time. Earlier this year, the Department of Education announced that ISAs should be treated as private student loans.


ACHA Shares Fall 2022 COVID-19 Considerations
The American College Health Association (ACHA) has shared guidance for colleges and universities welcoming back students for the fall 2022 semester. The document covers considerations for higher education leaders related to vaccinations, masking, and more.  The guidance can be modified to aid a variety of institutions.

Take Action

Register Now for NACUBO’s September Washington Update
NACUBO’s next quarterly Washington Update (formerly known as a Legislative Lunchcast) will take place on Tuesday, September 16 from 2–2:30 pm ET. The webcast is free for members, and you can send questions in advance to

Previous Edition

NACUBO On Your Side: July 12–25, 2022


Neil Gavigan

Policy and Advocacy Manager


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