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It’s not always a bad thing if an institution of higher education closes its doors, a senior Department of Education (ED) official said during a panel discussion at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) Tuesday morning. But in order to reach that outcome, the closure has to be done in an intentional and organized way, the official said.

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The 2019 NASFAA National Conference is just two short months away. There are workshops, sessions, Learning Lounge talks, guest speakers, entertainment, ample opportunities for networking, and exhibitors with products and services to help you meet the demands in your office. If you haven't already, register for the conference before 5:00 p.m. ET this Friday to save $100 on your registration. Need help making your case for attending? Use our toolkit of customizable letters and worksheets to help your manager understand the return they will see on this important investment in your professional development.

The Department of Education does not dictate the format of the consortium agreement (which can be executed by several different offices), but it does specify that certain pieces of information must be included. Many of our members have inquired what their colleagues' consortium agreements look like. Please consider submitting yours by 5:00 p.m. ET today, so we may add it to our member-generated content library to give your colleagues an idea of what information they may want to request at their own schools. We will remove any identifying information about your institution before publishing it in the content library. 

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