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Student Loan Forgiveness Scams on the Rise

Learn about the increase in student loan forgiveness themed scams following the announcement of the Student Debt Relief plan.

President Biden Announces Student Debt Relief Plan

Learn more about President Biden's Student Debt Relief plan announced on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 and related questions and answers.

Lincoln College Closes Due to Ransomware Attack

Learn how a ransomware attack contributed to Lincoln College closing their doors after 157 years.

Benefits of a Contract Lifecycle Management System

Better understand how Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) can help ensure compliance with contractual obligations, allowing for greater efficiency and cost-saving.
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Changes in Athletics with the New NCAA Constitution Approval

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) voted to approve a new constitution on January 20, 2022 that will pave the way for substantial changes

Higher Education Institutions Looking to Cryptocurrency for Future Gift Acceptance Considerations

Learn how some institutions of higher learning have begun to embrace Cryptocurrency as a way to accept donations.

Public University Research Infrastructure Credit

Read about the Public University Research Infrastructure Credit (Sec. 137501), one of the more interesting features included in the Higher Education section of the Build Back Better Act.

OMB Releases 2021 Compliance Supplement

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released the 2021 Compliance Supplement which is issued annually to describe the compliance requirements for organizations that received funding from a variety of federal financial assistance programs.
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Learn how colleges and universities may benefit from the passing of the appropriations bills by instituting updates to the earmark spending process.

What to Know About the Latest Title IX Guidance

Learn more about the U.S. Department of Education's Q&A document that provides additional guidance for institutions navigating the changes to Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that took effect last year.
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