Episode 168: New CARES Act Reporting Requirements and Stalled Congressional Coronavirus Relief Talks

This week on "Off The Cuff," Justin, Megan, Allie, and Karen talk about what Halloween in their neighborhoods will look like this year due to changes caused by COVID-19 before Megan and Justin give an update on the latest regarding congressional negotiations over additional coronavirus aid to institutions. Allie then talks about a recent study that found Black student loan borrowers are more likely to never be able to pay off their student debt compared to their peers, and Karen covers a recent Department of Education webinar detailing new reporting requirements for institutions who received CARES Act funds. The group also talks proper email etiquette — so send in your do's and don'ts of email greetings and signoffs. 


Justin Draeger Megan Coval Allie Bidwell Karen McCarthy

Justin Draeger
President & CEO

Megan Coval
Vice President, Policy & Federal Relations

Allie Arcese
Managing Editor

Karen McCarthy
Director of Policy Analysis


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Publication Date: 10/16/2020

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