Colleges and universities across the nation are being monitored closely amidst closings of high-profile institutions such as ITT Technical Institute and St. Catharine College, to name a few.
Join us for a webinar in conjunction with Jim Newberry of Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC, as we review some of the key factors that can cause your institution’s operations to be questioned and methods you can implement creating a path toward success. The webinar will cover:
- The Perils of Heightened Cash Monitoring
- Administrative Capability Required for FSA Participation
- Financial Capability Required for FSA Participation
- Avoiding the Most Frequently Occurring Audit and Program Review Findings
Avoiding Major Student Financial Aid Problems without Learning the Forms
Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Time: Noon – 1:00 p.m. EDT
About the Presenters
Crissy Fiscus (Dean Dorton Allen Ford, PLLC) provides audit, accounting, and consulting services to higher education institutions throughout Kentucky and leads Dean Dorton’s college and university team. Her client roster includes institutions with up to $1 billion in assets. Her audit experience includes both public and private institutions and affiliated entities. Crissy specializes in Student Financial Aid and her experience includes providing assistance with DOE program review, assistance with designing student financial aid policies and procedures, and performing agreed-upon procedures necessary for Economically Disadvantaged Appeals.
Jim Newberry (Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC) focuses his practice in the areas of higher education, government relations, and regulatory matters and is the leader of the law firm’s higher education practice. He has addressed multiple governance issues for nonprofit boards, drafted fundraising and gift acceptance policies, represented multiple institutions in investigating Title IX complaints, and represented multiple institutions in addressing Clery compliance issues throughout his career.