Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $120 members/$240 nonmembers. Free for webinar package purchasers and Value Plus members, but users must register in advance.
Changes to cash management regulations in the Final Rules published on October 30, 2015, stress the importance of students having convenient and timely access to their Title IV funds, including payment of their Title IV credit balances. These changes affect the manner in which schools provide students with a means to obtain required books and supplies, determine current-year versus prior-year charges, and prorate institutional charges. The Final Rules also introduced the concepts of Tier One (T1) and Tier Two (T2) arrangements to describe methods many schools use to assist in the delivery of Title IV funds, placed certain restrictions on such arrangements, and established related disclosure and reporting requirements. Join Susan Shogren, NASFAA Assessment and Project Coordinator, to explore what you need to know to help ensure your institution’s compliance with changes to cash management requirements.
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Publication Date: 5/10/2017