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California AG Harris: Department of Education Should Revise Regulations to Protect Students Defrauded by For-Profit Colleges

Recently, California AG Kamala Harris requested that the Department of Education revise its proposed regulations regarding debt relief for students allegedly misled by “predatory” and for-profit colleges that advertise...more

[Webinar] Gainful Employment – Managing (and Challenging) the New GE Disclosures - March 10th, 1pm Central Time

In our final webinar, we’ll revisit the GE disclosure requirements presently in effect, then segue into a discussion of the new information that institutions will be required to disclose beginning January 2017 (e.g., pCDR...more

[Webinar] Gainful Employment – Preparing for and Managing Required “Student Warnings” - March 3rd, 1pm Central Time

For any program with failing debt-to-earning rates, institutions will have to begin providing prospective and current students with firm student warnings. The content of these warnings, and the requirements surrounding their...more

Alert: Timeline for First Set of Gainful Employment Rates Slips Further

The US Department of Education has announced another delay in the distribution of the Completer Lists for Gainful Employment programs until Spring 2016, which is bound to push back the date for ED to issue the first set of...more

[Webinar] Gainful Employment – Completer List Challenges, Debt Challenges, and Alternative Earnings Appeals - Feb. 25th, 12pm...

The third webinar in our series will examine the three ways schools can challenge the debt and earnings data the Department will use to calculate each GE program’s D/E rates. We will discuss the first round of completer...more

[Webinar] Gainful Employment – Strategies for Improving Debt-to-Earnings Rates - Feb. 18th, 12pm Central Time

This webinar will again focus on the Department’s debt-to-earnings metrics, and more specifically, on strategies for potentially improving debt-to-earnings rate performance in years to come. While there is no single solution...more

[Webinar] Gainful Employment - How to Project Reliable Debt-to-Earnings Rates - Feb. 11th, 12:00pm Central Time

In late 2014, we hosted a webinar on this topic, followed shortly thereafter by the publication of our desk guide, How to Project Gainful Employment Rates. In this first webinar, we’ll again provide step-by-step instructions...more

Reminder of Key Gainful Employment Program Deadlines

As the calendar imminently turns to 2016, postsecondary institutions must be mindful of several key deadlines applicable to their Gainful Employment (GE) programs, which include all non-degree programs at public and private...more

Alert: Pending Rulemaking Likely to Expand Borrower Defenses Against Repaying Federal Direct Loans

The US Department of Education (ED) is preparing for a new rulemaking that is intended to clarify—and very likely expand—the ability of student borrowers to be relieved of the obligation to repay their Federal Direct Loans....more

The why behind the application of GE regulations

Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Education’s new “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations finally took effect. As REGucation readers know, the GE regulatory framework includes reporting, disclosure, and certification...more

Alert: The Gainful Employment Rules: New Guidance on Reporting Obligations, Program Certification and Disclosure Requirements

On August 10, 2015, notably 10 days after the deadline for reporting the first set of student data for calculation of the GE debt-to-earnings rates passed, ED issued new guidance in an Electronic Announcement ("EA 58")...more

Alert: Seven Steps To Prepare For The New Gainful Employment Rule

The Gainful Employment Rules became effective on July 1, 2015, and you probably already know that your institution has a deadline to report six years' worth of institutional, student and financial data to the Department of...more

Gainful employment reporting: Institutional debt and unpaid charges

As REGucation readers know, on July 1, 2015, the U.S. Department of Education’s new “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations finally took effect. Among other things, the new rules require institutions to report a wide range...more

Alert: No 11th Hour Reprieve: GE Rules Upheld

With a second court ruling in late June in favor of the U.S. Department of Education, the Gainful Employment Rules ("GE Rules") took effect on July 1, 2015. The GE Rules will, ultimately, provide new challenges to the...more

Alert: Gainful Employment Regulations: Recent Updates from the Department of Education

The Department of Education published another announcement in its series of Electronic Announcements ("EAs") last week, as it prepares to implement the new Gainful Employment ("GE") regulations. Those regulations are...more

FAIL: For-Profit Education Sector Dealt Major Blow

For-profit education was dealt a major blow in a federal court case challenging the Department of Education’s Gainful Employment Rule. U.S. District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan of New York dismissed a lawsuit that was filed last...more

No ‘Gain’? Know Pain: Coming Federal Regulations Could Mean Less Federal Aid for Colleges and Universities

New federal education regulations take effect this summer that could substantially reduce federal aid to community colleges and for-profit colleges whose students fail to meet certain standards for finding “gainful...more

Reporting gainful employment data to DOE: Time to get started

On October 31 of last year, the U.S. Department of Education finally promulgated its much anticipated “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations. The new rules, which become effective July 1, 2015, include reporting,...more

How to Project Gainful Employment Rates

On October 31, 2014, the U.S. Department of Education promulgated its new “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations. As we discussed in our blog post “The impact of new gainful employment regulations on… Harvard?,” the new...more

How to project gainful employment rates – Part 5

With this fifth and final post, we’re wrapping up our REGucation series on projecting gainful employment rates. We’re also pleased to announce that in the coming days, we’ll be publishing the entire series in a white paper...more

How to project gainful employment rates – Part 4

By this point our Gainful Employment Series, you will have determined the scope of your institution and the programs that qualify as “GE Programs” (Part 1), created your student cohort (Part 2), and started calculating...more

How to project gainful employment Rates – Part 3

On October 31, 2014, the U.S. Department of Education promulgated its new “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations. The new regulations prominently feature two metrics intended to assess whether a program offers graduates a...more

How to project gainful employment rates – Part 2

As discussed in our previous post, the U.S. Department of Education recently promulgated its new “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations, which prominently feature two metrics intended to assess whether a program offers a...more

How to project gainful employment rates - Part 1

On October 31, the U.S. Department of Education promulgated its new “gainful employment” or “GE” regulations. As we discussed in a prior post, the new rules apply to all programs offered by for-profit, proprietary...more

Department of Education releases new gainful employment regulations

On October 30, the Department of Education published a new set of regulations detailing what it means to be providing an education program that leads to gainful employment in a recognized occupation. This “Gainful Employment...more

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