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Following one of the most disruptive years on record for campuses delivering their higher education programs, the industry is approaching what could be an inflection point in how their leadership operates, raising a host of questions as to how institutions can best serve students and the needs of their operations. In the opening session of the NASFAA 2021 Virtual Conference, NASFAA’s leadership joined in a conversation with campus leaders representing admissions, enrollment management, chief financial officers, and registrars about how institutions will be looking towards the future of their programs and what lessons they’ve learned in the past year.
This AskRegs Knowledgebase Q&A was updated on June 22, 2021 to reflect guidance NASFAA has received from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) regarding the use of video conferencing to complete the identity/Statement of Educational Purpose verification requirement. The short answer is yes. View the full answer to this question to learn more and search for answers to your other pressing regulatory and compliance questions in NASFAA's AskRegs Knowledgebase.
NASFAA's Board of Directors is here to represent you and is seeking your input. Please email any questions or comments you might have directly to a member of the NASFAA Board by clicking on their name on our Board Member Bios page. Questions or feedback may pertain to NASFAA products and services, membership benefits, policy/advocacy issues, or any other topic you would like to bring before the Board. The Board will compile and discuss at the June 29-30 virtual Board meeting. We welcome your insight.
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