August 17, 2021 - Each of the three Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds has brought new eligibility, disbursement, and reporting requirements. Here are 10 considerations to watch for.
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About Dan Campbell
Dan serves as Partner and Higher Education Services Director at CapinCrouse. Dan has more than 35 years of public accounting experience leading audit engagements of nonprofit organizations and for-profit industries. He leads the firm’s higher education practice segment, which includes more than 80 client relationships, and commits a significant portion of his professional time to board training, strategic planning initiatives, and accreditation support. He served on the Board of Trustees of Davis College for 25 years. Prior to joining the firm in 2006, Dan managed audits of financial institutions, construction contractors, and manufacturers.
June 18, 2021 - Key trends and developments nonprofit higher education institutions should be aware of and monitoring, from the financial outlook to accounting standards changes and Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds.
October 15, 2020 - A look at more trends private higher education institutions need to be aware of and planning for.
September 18, 2020 - Local and regional higher education institutions are uniquely positioned to navigate the pandemic. Take a look at the current trends and factors they're facing.
May 18, 2020 - Institutions that received funds through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund must post the following information on their website within 30 days of receiving the allocation.
April 15, 2020 - As more guidance about the CARES Act becomes available, higher education institutions have questions about the funds available to them. Here's a look at two common questions about direct financial aid grants for students under the CARES Act.
While GLBA requirements are not new, they are now part of the required audit procedures in the Compliance Supplement. Learn about the changes, the steps you need to take, and the potential cost of noncompliance.
While the higher education industry is large and complex, there are several trends affecting schools of all types and sizes. Faith-based higher education institutions are not immune to these trends.
Cybersecurity should be a top priority for all higher education institutions. Public expectations for information security safeguards are high. And higher education institutions that participate in Title IV programs face additional information security requirements.