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The Impact of COVID-19 on Community Colleges

In March of 2020, institutions of higher education across the United States raced to make online classes readily available for students in the midst of

Don’t Forget About Your HEERF Reporting Requirements

The Department of Education (ED) conducted a webcast October 14 to clarify a few of the requirements pertinent to disbursements it made under the Higher

COVID-19’s Impact on Collegiate Athletics

Higher education has undoubtedly been one of the most significantly impacted industries across the United States related to the coronavirus pandemic. This

OMB Issues Final 2020 Compliance Supplement

On August 18, the Office of Management and Budget released its final 2020 Compliance Supplement. The release comes five months after the OMB issued a number

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Distance Education Program Compliance Requirements and COVID-19

The August 2020 release of the Office of Management and Budget’s 2 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 200, Appendix XI (Compliance Supplement)

New FISAP Instructions Under the CARES Act

On August 3, 2020, the Fiscal Operations Report for 2019-20 and the Application to Participate for 2021-22 (FISAP) instructions became available. The reporting

Changes to Spending from Restricted Funds in Pennsylvania

On July 23, the governor of Pennsylvania signed into law PA 2020 Act 71, which provides not-for-profit organizations additional flexibility with their

Allocations of Relief Funds for Higher Education Institutions Released by Department of Education

Institutions of Higher Education were allocated approximately $14 billion as part of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund that was included in the

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Moody’s Downgrades Higher Education

Just a few weeks ago, Moody’s was an outlier among the major rating agencies by rating debt associated with higher education institutions with an

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