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Vonda Dickson has been named Director for Finance and Administration at NAICU, replacing Linda Allison, who is retiring after nearly 13 years with the association. Dickson, who joined NAICU in June, comes to the association after sixteen years as Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration/CFO for the District of Columbia Hospital Association.
Earlier this month, the Department of Education reminded colleges of the impending July 31, 2015 deadline for gainful employment programs.
Progress on the controversial rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act is slowing down summer work on the Higher Education Act reauthorization.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review again the use of race in college admissions.
New proposed cash management rules issued by the Education Department are the subject of comment letters from the higher education community, which NAICU helped to develop and has endorsed.
Electronically-filed Form 990s to be made available to the public by the IRS.
The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division announced its proposal to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act, including the regulations governing the “white collar” exemption for executive, administrative, and professional employees. While the proposed rule will mean higher salaries for exempt employees, nothing goes into effect immediately, and there will be a comment period, as well as expected legal challenges before anything becomes final.
Increase to Pell Grant maximum award survives, but SEOG and Federal Work Study programs cut by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Sen. Thomas Carper (D-DE) introduced a bill to count payments from military and veteran education programs toward the limit on federal revenues that for-profit higher education institutions are allowed to receive under the 90/10 rule.
A trade bill approved by President Obama includes language easing IRS penalties on 1098-T reporting. The penalties affected many institutions for failing to provide adequate student tax identifiers like Taxpayer Identification Numbers or Social Security Numbers.
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