Compliance Central Blog
The Clearinghouse’s new Data Reporting Dashboard — coming this fall — will revolutionize the way you manage your compliance data reporting.
The Clearinghouse has changed its logic for determining the Campus-Level Status Effective Date in certain scenarios.
Read about the launch of the first release of the third phase of the Clearinghouse’s CIP 2020 Enhancement.
The National Student Clearinghouse is excited to announce the official release of Phase II of our 2020 CIP Code enhancement, as of February 27, 2021.
November Compliance Updates: New NSLDS Enrollment Reporting Guide and the Latest on Our CIP 2020 Enhancement
Read these two important November compliance updates on the new NSLDS Enrollment Reporting Guide and the Clearinghouse’s CIP 2020 Enhancement.
Learn about the release of Phase 1 of the Clearinghouse’s 2020 CIP Code enhancement.
Resources to help answer your compliance and audit-related questions.
Privacy Block Setting is a new optional data element and functionality that allows institutions to satisfy the changing data privacy requirements.
A look at when you should submit student record changes via scheduled enrollment files submissions versus individual online updates.
Read the key takeaways from the April 30, 2020, announcement from FSA and NSLDS on their new requirements for the 2020 Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code reporting.
Important information on reporting enrollment for non-compulsory terms, like summer.
On March 18, FSA published an update on the implementation of the 2020 CIP codes within Federal Student Aid systems. The Clearinghouse provides vital information on how it relates to your enrollment and compliance reporting with us.
On March 5, FSA released guidance on how to address the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) on postsecondary institutions and their students. The Clearinghouse has consolidated the guidance, as it relates to your Clearinghouse enrollment and compliance reporting.
Lingering Rejected Enrollment Records? Use “Reject Detail” to Take Control and Reduce Compliance and Audit Risk!
Regularly using “Reject Detail” can help you avoid audit and loan servicing issues.
If your students have changed status throughout the term, it’s important to swiftly report their changes.