WEBINAR: Borrower Defense to Repayment

This webinar explores the proposed borrower defense regulations and how they have fallen under increased scrutiny by both the higher education community, and more recently, the media. We took a fresh look at what the proposed regulations recommend, as well as what various members of the higher education community, the media and Congress are saying about it. You can access the webinar by clicking here.

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WEBINAR: Submitting GE Completers List Corrections

The Department hosted two webinars on ‘Submitting GE Completers List Corrections’. You can access the slides of the webinar by clicking here. As soon as the actual webinars become available we will post those on this site as well. In addition the Electronic Announcement #82, reminded Schools that the GE Completers List 45-Day corrections Period Ends July 28th, 2016. As an update, the recorded training sessions for the June 2nd and June 7th webinars regarding “Reading your Draft GE Completers...

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The Department has sent you your Draft GE Completers List file, so now what?

The webinar, Reading Your Draft GE Completers List Files, was presented by the US Department of Education on June 2nd & 7th. The actual webinar will be posted as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime, you can download the slides to help you analyze your Draft Completers List file provided to you on June 1st, 2016 via your SAIG mailbox. In addition, the Dept has provided you with two extremely helpful tools to utilize in your comparison/analyzation process....

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Capella Education Company Enters into an Amended and Restated Revolving Credit Agreement

Capella Education Company (CPLA), a provider of online post-secondary education, primarily through its wholly owned subsidiary Capella University, today announced that it has entered into an amended and restated revolving credit agreement. The amended credit agreement continues to provide $100 million of borrowing capacity, with a conditional increase option of an additional $50 million. The agreement has a term of five years ending Dec. 18, 2020 and replaces the previous five year agreement scheduled to expire Sept. 30, 2016.

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