May 1, 2015 – May 1, 2015
1722 N St NW
The Team Evaluator Workshop is a full day simulated visit. Registrants will receive a team packet with resource materials from the famous Ghostbusters University.
Learn from the best! Charlie Matterson, Donna Hutchison, George Carter, Carol Buchanan, Scott Faulstick, and John Shaheen.
Participants will work in teams to interview school personnel, receive feedback, and prepare short write-ups of pertinent facts, strengths and weaknesses.
The day will end with a full ACCET style exit interview, including an in-depth theater style “Talk-back” with key staff and participants.
Projecting Debt-to-Earnings Rates
December 9, 2014
1:00 pm CST
Though the regulations will not take effect until July 1, 2015, and lobbying, elections, and court challenges likely stand between the effective date and the first round of possible sanctions, many institutions already are attempting to assess whether their GE programs will produce passing rates. This webinar will focus exclusively on the projection of debt-to-income rates, providing participants with a step-by-step process for estimating program performance under the new rules.
The gainful employment webinar series will be presented by Aaron D. Lacey, a partner in Thompson Coburn’s Higher Education practice and editorial director of REGucation, the firm’s higher education law and policy blog. An experienced higher education attorney, with time served both as outside and in-house counsel, Aaron’s practice is dedicated entirely to assisting postsecondary institutions and their partners to advance their educational and operational objectives while navigating complex regulatory environments. You can find Aaron on Twitter (@HigherEdCounsel) and on LinkedIn.
Mr. Lacey presented a breakout at the ACCET annual conference in San Diego, November, 2014.
All updated November 2014 Workshop presentation materials and pertinent handouts have been posted under the workshop page under “Workshop Handouts”. You can view them by clicking here – Workshop Handouts
If you are attending the November Workshop in San Diego, be sure to download and print any materials you will want to reference during the workshop.