Exceed the regulations so that you don’t have to worry about meeting them.

Every college and university will be impacted by the proposed Financial Value Transparency & Gainful Employment regulations.

The US Department of Education has finalized new Financial Value Transparency and expanded Gainful Employment regulations that will impact all colleges and universities. These new regulations are not just for ‘for-profit institutions.’ The impact is also on public and private-not-for-profit institutions too.

Resource Round-Up

Regulations are difficult to discern. And each college or university has its own unique circumstances to consider. So that you don’t have to search for resources and then read and evaluate the quality of them, I’ve included a few of the best on this topic:

Getting Your Data Ready:


Final Regulations:


Other Helpful Resources:

  • Leading Gainful Employment Metric Reporting 9/6/2016 [Article written by a colleague and me. Published in New Directions for Institutional Research, check your library for access. Clients receive a complimentary copy.]

Materials from Proposed Regulations:

The proposed regulations impact:

Public Colleges & Universities

Private Not-For-Profit Colleges & Universities

Private For-Profit Colleges & Universities

Need help with Financial Transparency and Gainful Employment Reporting & Strategy?

When you are ready, here are some ways I can help you:

  • Your institution’s Data Analytics report for the College Affordability and Transparency Center (CATC) data. The CATC Definitive Guide is a free resource.
  • Financial modeling for current and proposed academic programs, which have satisfied institutional accreditation reviews.
  • Assist institutions in submitting student records that meet Gainful Employment requirements. I’ve successfully helped institutions submit more than 1 million records.
  • Gainful Employment metric modeling for current and proposed degree programs.

Some additional relevant information about me:

When you are ready, let’s connect for a Discovery Session (free 30 minutes).