Did you know that under the 150% requirement NSLDS can use Graduated enrollment status to help determine a borrower’s maximum interest subsidy and remaining eligibility? It’s true!
We reached maximum capacity with our recent webinar, “Preparing for Your Annual Audit.” If you missed it, you can watch the recording on demand.
If an audit began today, would your registrar and financial aid offices be ready to collaborate seamlessly? A strong collaborative relationship between the registrar and financial aid office is integral in compliance reporting, especially during an audit.
Whenever your institution contacts the Audit Resource Center, we work diligently to address your compliance questions in the most comprehensive fashion free of charge.
A look at the three things related to timely NSLDS reporting that institutions should remember when an auditor visits.
Enrollment compliance reporting is based on the date a school discovers that a student dropped below half-time, not necessarily the actual date that the student’s status dropped.
Start planning now with these quick tips to help you review your compliance reporting and prepare for audit season.