New Institutional Accountability Regulations – Borrower Rights and Financial Responsibility Requirements

By Roger Swartzwelder, Shareholder and Education Practice Group and Tres Cleveland, Shareholder and Chair of the Education Practice, Maynard Cooper
This article will focus on the material differences between the 2019 Regulations and the 2016 Regulations and the interplay between the two.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One

Community Outreach: How to Increase Quality Enrollment, Retention, Placement, and Brand Enhancement

By Dr. Susan F. Schulz, Ed.D., Founding Owner, Schulz School Advisors
It is important for school owners to have an awareness of and direct link to their community and industries served. This article provides easy ways to set up and develop an ongoing Community Outreach program to increase quality enrollment, retention, placement, and brand enhancement.

Humanity in Our Hands: Educators Embrace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Private Postsecondary Schools and Data Privacy – It is so Much More than FERPA

By Jonathan Tarnow, Partner and Katherine Armstrong, Counsel, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Postsecondary educational institutions are ripe with data and much of it is sensitive personal information. Against this backdrop is a fragmented regulatory landscape for postsecondary institutions to navigate, as the United States has no overarching data privacy or security law. Given the myriad of privacy and data security requirements, developing a compliance program may be daunting, but doing just that is both legally necessary and critical to maintaining the trust of students, staff and the public.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One

The use of Technology, Social Media, Applications, and Websites to Support Gen Z and Millennial Learners

By Helena M. H. Nadder, RN, MSN, MHA, Ph.D., Visiting Professor, Chamberlain University; Part-Time Faculty, Capella University
In a digital world with millennial and Gen Z learners, it is becoming increasingly important that college faculty engage in technologies and apply technological savvy within on-ground campus and online courses. This article promotes faculty understanding, comfort with, and application of different technologies in both the classroom and distance education settings.

In Tune with the Market: Bellus Academy Creates CBD Curriculum

Retaining Online Students: It Takes a Village

By Sherry Olsen, Associate Vice Chancellor Online Division and Christine Mullendore, Project Manager, Keiser University
The prevalence of high attrition rates in online education have far reaching consequences and are associated with significant costs. This article explores trends in online education and provides practical approaches for improving online retention and student success.

Connection Builds Retention: A New Student Advising Model to Increase Your School’s Graduation and Placement Rates

Beginning to Make Sense of the New Borrower Defense Regulations

By Michael T. Wherry, CPA, McClintock & Associates
The finalized borrower defense to repayment regulations will be making major changes or modifying and clarifying existing rules. With less than a year before they become effective, institutions have some time to plan for their implementation, but preparation should begin now.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One