Department of Education Regulatory or Process Issues or Other Executive Branch Departments
On this page you will find comments or requests for action on established regulations, policies, processes, or other issues concerning student financial aid or other related areas of higher education.
NASFAA Urges ED to Resolve & Issue Privacy Guidance Quickly November 17, 2017-NASFAA, along with several partner organizations, sent a letter to the Department of Education (ED) about verbal guidance given by ED's Privacy and Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) that has upended many years of common practice.
NASFAA Letter Encourages ED to Improve Efficiency, Accountability August 4, 2017-NASFAA in a letter sent on Friday encouraged the Department of Education (ED) to take steps to improve its efficiency, efficacy, and accountability with key stakeholders, including looking at new ways ED could engage with institutions and financial a
NASFAA Submits Year-Round Pell Implementation Letter May 5, 2017-NASFAA, on May 5, submitted a letter to the Department of Education expressing support and excitement for the reinstatement of year-round Pell and offering assistance with the interpretation and implementation of the program.
NASFAA Requests Relief on Verification of Non-Filing Requirement December 15, 2016-NASFAA sent a letter requesting a waiver of the Verification of Non-Filing requirement for non tax filers who are selected for verification if the applicant does not meet the registration requirements for the IRS Get Transcript Online functionality.
NASFAA Sends Public Service Loan Forgiveness Letter to ED October 25, 2016-NASFAA sent a letter to the Department of Education requesting information about Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) and the number of borrowers expected to benefit from forgiveness of their remaining unpaid balances in 2017.
NASFAA Urges Action on Student Health Insurance Regulations March 2, 2012-NASFAA joined the American Council on Education (ACE) to urge the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to immediately issue the final version of student health insurance coverage regulations or delay the regulation.
NASFAA Letter to ED on 12 Semester Pell Grant Limit February 23, 2012-NASFAA President Justin Draeger urges Education Secretary Duncan to hold schools harmless for any inadvertent Pell Grant overpayments made to students who the Department of Education doesn't properly identify as having reached the new 12 semester ...
Letter Opposing Federal Definition of a Credit Hour February 18, 2011-NASFAA joined more than 70 other higher education associations, including accreditors, to urge the U.S. Department of Education to rescind the federal definition of a credit hour included in the program integrity final regulations.