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Report: 13% of Title IV Aid-Receiving Students from Community Colleges Earn Bachelor's Degree Within Eight Years

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Only over a tenth of students receiving Title IV aid (13%) who start at community colleges ultimately earn bachelor’s degrees within eight years, according to a U.S. Department of Education (ED) report.

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Is your institution compliant with Title IV regulations?

College Aid Services

Department of Education announced settlement agreements with five law schools after a Federal Student Aid investigation revealed that the schools improperly disbursed Title IV funds. million in ineligible disbursements made to 92 students across… More » Is your institution compliant with Title IV regulations?

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Guidelines for Applying for Title IV Eligibility for Direct Assessment (Competency-Based) Programs

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In a Dear Colleague letter, the Department of Education provided the requirements for institutions who want to receive Title IV aid for direct assessment programs.

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Reminder: Title IV Aid: Disbursement Reporting, Excess Cash, and Reconciliation Requirements

College Aid Services

FSA has published a reminder of the general disbursement reporting, excess cash, and reconciliation requirements for all Title IV programs.

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Secret Shoppers to Evaluate Recruitment, Enrollment Practices, and Title IV Compliance

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. “Practices that secret shoppers will look for may include—but are not limited to—misrepresentations related to the transfer of credits… More » Secret Shoppers to Evaluate Recruitment, Enrollment Practices, and Title IV Compliance The post Secret Shoppers to Evaluate Recruitment, Enrollment Practices, and Title IV Compliance first appeared (..)

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Availability of 2023 Title IV Audit Guide for Proprietary Schools and Third-Party Servicers

College Aid Services

Department of Education, Office of Inspector General has published its new Title IV Audit Guide, Guide for Financial Statement Audits of Proprietary Schools and For Compliance Attestation Examination Engagements of Proprietary Schools and Third-Party Servicers Administering Title IV Programs (Guide).

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Ellucian Foundation to Award Grants to 25 Two-Year Colleges

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

public two-year institutions eligible to participate in the Federal Title IV Student aid programs and two-year public minority-serving institutions (MSIs) were encouraged to apply. Two-year public colleges are at the heart of the U.S.

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