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American Rescue Plan Earmarks $40 Billion for Higher Education

Learn more about the latest round of funding from the American Rescue Plan for higher education.

2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act Increases Relief for Higher Education

Better understand the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) as part of The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 and how the funds may be used.

Additional Funds Available for Colleges and Universities

Learn more about the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund I and II.

OMB Releases Holiday Present

Learn more about the OMB's recently released 2020 Compliance Supplement Addendum which includes guidance on fourteen COVID-19 funded programs.
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PPP Recipients Now Eligible for the Employee Retention Credit!

Learn more about the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Act), which modified many aspects of the ERC and expanded it into the first two quarters of 2021.

Tracking and Communicating COVID-19 at Your College or University

Learn about the ways that colleges and universities are tracking and communicating COVID-19 at colleges and universities.

FASB Issues Accounting Standards Update for Not-for-Profit Entities on Contributed Nonfinancial Assets

Learn more about the Lease Accounting Standards Update released by FASB and its impact on companies.

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
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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

2020 Title IX Updates

In 2011, the Obama administration released guidance, known as the “Dear Colleague Letter,” on Title IX regulations in order to reinforce the
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