Prior-Prior Year and Higher Education Finance Models Among Topics for the 2016 Higher Ed Colloquium
Prior-Prior Year and Higher Education Finance Models Among Topics for the 2016 Higher Ed ColloquiumAbby Hexter, Associate Director, Communications and Marketing
What is prior-prior year (PPY) and why does it matter? This is the type of question that will be addressed at the 2016 Colloquium, taking place January 9-11 in Coronado, California. As institutions transition their systems and processes to accommodate FAFSA's move to earlier acceptance of aid applications, and use of Prior-Prior year tax data, broader questions loom about the implications for higher ed. The shift could lead to major changes in the college application, aid, and admission cycles, offering both opportunities and challenges for campuses.
Colloquium provides campus leaders from around the country with an opportunity for serious thinking, spirited dialogue, and debate on important and timely issues facing higher education including prior-prior year.
Confirmed sessions include:
- The Secret to Student Success: It's Not What You Think It Is
- Expanding Educational Opportunities for Today's Student
- Being Mindful in Our Decisions — Do Our Actions Match Our Intentions?
- Higher Education Finance Models: Model T or Tesla?
- Shifting Priorities: Leading in a Changing Environment
- Higher Ed — A "Risky" Business?
- Supreme Court Takes On Fisher v. University of Texas Again: Implications for Effective Diversity Programs in Higher Education
- The Shift to Prior-Prior Year: Implications for Campus Financial Aid and Admission Policies and Practices
Be a part of the conversation and take away ideas and insights that will inform your work and policy decisions for the coming year and beyond. Register now!