Gainful Employment

Advocacy iconNASFAA supports fair, reasonable, and well-targeted regulations that ensure Title IV funding for programs that lead to gainful employment—and we are dedicated to providing institutions with the most recent information about regulatory changes pertaining to Gainful Employment provisions. 

Check out NASFAA’s coverage on this issue below. For information related to the 2013 Gainful Employment Negotiated Rulemaking, please refer to NASFAA’s Neg Reg Compilation; scroll to the bottom of the page for content published in late 2013. 

  • NASFAA Submits Comments on Gainful Employment NPRM
    May 28, 2014 - In comments submitted to ED yesterday, NASFAA supported fair, reasonable, and well-targeted regulations that ensure Title IV funding for programs that lead to gainful employment.
  • NASFAA Provides Detailed Summary Of Gainful Employment Proposed Rules
    March 18, 2014 - Proposed rules released by the Department of Education (ED) on Friday have the same basic structure as the 2011 regulations that were largely vacated by court order, but with a few changes—both large and small—that may have a si...
  • ED Releases Gainful Employment Disclosure Template
    November 26, 2013 - The gainful employment (GE) disclosure template has been released by the Department of Education (ED), and schools must, no later than January 31, 2014, use the output document produced from the GE Disclosure Template to meet the currently effective ...
  • NASFAA Gainful Employment Analysis
    August 16, 2010 - NASFAA Analysis of U.S. Department of Education Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on Gainful Employment

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