DAILY NEWS 5/20/2022

DAILY NEWS 5/20/2022    

 

 

MAACS CONFERENCE AGENDA AND REGISTRATION

Draft Conference Agenda For MAACS 2022  

MAACS Conference Registration For School Attendees 

MAACS Conference Registration For Exhibitors    

 

 

MAACS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (MEMBER DISCOUNT CODE IS “823091”)

MAACS Online Training Portal    

 

 

WEBINARS FOR SCHOOLS

Gragg Advertising Webinar: Creating The Connection From Prospective Student To Graduate

Webinar Hosted By Course Key: Fireside Chat With Education Legal Counsels

CECU Webinar Schedule (Fee For Non-Members)    

 

 

STUDENT AID NEWS

FAFSA Verification Waiver Extended By Education Department

FSA Announcement: Memorial Day Federal Holiday Processing And Customer Service Hours

Tuition Discounts Hit All-Time High

Student Loan Advocates Sue Biden Administration Over Delays For Students From Closed Schools

Republican Senators Introduce Bill To Stop Student Debt Cancellation

Republican Chairman Of Senate Education Committee Burr And Colleagues Burr Introduce Bill to Stop President Biden From Canceling Student Loans    

 

 

LEGAL AND REGULATORY NEWS

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Bolsters Enforcement Efforts by States

FTC Proposes To Strengthen Advertising Guidelines Against Fake And Manipulated Reviews

US Department Of Education Releases FAQs: HEERF Institutional Portion Grant Funds To Meet The Mental Health And Substance Use Disorder Needs Of Students

Education Department Urges Colleges To Use American Rescue Plan Funds To Provide Mental Health Supports To Students      

 

 

HIGHER ED NEWS

Cosmetology & Beauty Schools Market Is Expected To Boom

Looking to Compare Colleges? Try The College Scorecard

Unlike Boomers, Millennials Didn’t Find Good Jobs Until Their 30s: Here’s What It Means For Colleges And Employers

Report On Oversight Of College Academic Quality By Higher Education Accreditors

The Highest-Paying Blue-Collar, Working-Class Jobs in America (businessinsider.com)

Tuition Discounts Hit All-Time High

Cyber Boot Camps Fall Short For Some Students

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