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NASFAA Campaign Advocating Delay in FVT/GE Regulations

The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) has launched a campaign asking members of Congress to contact the Department of Education and encourage them to further delay the Financial Value Transparency and Gainful Employment (FVT/GE) reporting deadline from October 1, 2024, to July 1, 2025, given the significant and continued complications with the FAFSA rollout.

View the NASFAA Campaign to learn more about the campaign to delay these regulations allowing campuses to continue to address the FAFSA crisis and support students, instead of having to comply with additional data reporting at this difficult time.

While NASFAA’s effort only pertains to a request to delay reporting requirements under the FVT/GE regulations, WAICU and our national partner, the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, have called for the entire regulatory package, including regulations affecting career services, clinical placements, financial aid packaging, for example, to be delayed for a year. We are grateful to have NASFAA engage in this particular request as time to comply with the FVT/GE components will be an incredibly heavy lift for campuses, given the continued FAFSA crisis.

For more information, email WAICU Executive Vice President for External Relations Rebecca Larson.