It’s a new year and as always, we’ve got this year’s top ten compliance audit findings.
These findings represent data ED culled from institution’s annual audits and compliance examinations during the most recently completed fiscal year (2017).
1. NSLDS Roster Reporting – Inaccurate/Untimely Reporting
2. Repeat Finding-Failure to Take Corrective Action
3. Return of Title IV (R2T4) Calculation Errors
4. Return of Title IV (R2T4) Funds Made Late
5. Verification Violations
6. Entrance/Exit Counseling Deficiencies
7. Qualified Auditor’s Opinion Cited in Audit
8. Pell Grants – Overpayment/Underpayment
9. Student Credit Balance Deficiencies
10. G5 Expenditures Untimely/Incorrectly Reported
Findings like the ones on this list are preventable and if you’ve already been cited for non-compliance, corrective action can be made.
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- Institutional Eligibility
- The Federal Perkins Loan Program
- The Federal Work Study Program
- The Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant
- The Federal Pell Grant
- The Federal Direct Loan Program