Thank you to NASFAA for providing an excellent conference filled with a powerful agenda, networking opportunities, and student success stories to remind us why we do what we do.
Just a few highlights:
- Please take a moment to read the student success stories referenced in the NASFAA news this morning. Potential and passion are key reminders of why we do what we do everyday.
- Federal Town Hall – Department of Education Update
- Institutions need to have a policy in place for resolving high school diploma conflicts.
- Dear Colleague Letters regarding financial data for enrollment management will be coming out soon. ED has a team looking into this complex issue.
- Negotiated Rule Making
- Regulation – interprets the law and provides direction for implementation.
- The FSA Handbook is a form of regulatory guidance which does not carry any legal weight, but it can carry penalties.
- Cyber Security
- No exceptions for security enforcement.
- Protect the data.
- Report the breaches.
If any of you would like a copy of my notes, please let me know via Email (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I will provide you a copy when I return.
In closing, please take a moment to congratulate Lisa Blazer, UT San Antonio. The gavel was passed to Lisa just a few moments ago to represent NASFAA as the National Chair. On behalf of TASFAA, we extend many congratulations to Lisa.
Thank you all for all you do for TASFAA!