The Department of Education has become more aggressive in monitoring student financial aid compliance, and many colleges and universities have been saddled with large fines for neglecting to follow regulations to the letter.
Student financial aid compliance is complex, and the risks of failing to measure up are considerable. The responsibility for complying doesn’t lie solely with your institution’s financial aid director; it calls for a much broader team effort.
View our complimentary webinar covering five areas of review that can help mitigate risk of penalties and bring your student financial aid program into compliance: cybersecurity, consumer information, campus security, improper payments, and oversight and monitoring.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Determine the areas of concern that the DOE’s Office of Inspector General finds most significant
- Recognize weaknesses that expose your institution to the most damage
- Identify tools, resources, and methods for assessing your school’s level of risk
Who should attend
This session is intended for presidents, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, controllers, and others administrators at higher education institutions.
Brenda Scherer, CPA, National Director of Student Financial Aid
Recommended CPE: 1 Credit Specialized Knowledge
Program level: Basic
Advance preparation: None
Delivery method: Group Internet Based