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HIGHER EDUCATION REGULATIONS STUDY



Fact Sheet & Progress Update

Summary of the authorizing language and how the Committee will fulfill this charge,
plus descriptions of progress made and plans for the final report

Legislative Language

Authorizing language, as found in the Higher Education Opportunity Act

Review Panelists

Biographies of the regulatory experts representing the higher education community

Background Paper

Information on previous regulatory reviews and Title IV-related legislation

Characterization of Study Terms

Key study terms: overly burdensome, duplicative, no longer necessary,
and inconsistent with other federal regulations

Community Suggestions

Visit this link for an opportunity to provide comments and suggestions about specific regulations

The National Academies Study

Regulatory study to be conducted by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences


Other Resources:

Code of Federal Regulations (Title IV)

Catholic University's Campus Legal Information Clearinghouse

Preliminary List of Burdensome Regulations

 


AN INDEPENDENT COMMITTEE PROVIDING EXPERTISE ON STUDENT AID
TO CONGRESS AND THE SECRETARY OF EDUCATION FOR OVER 20 YEARS

Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance

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