Regent Education announces Regent 5.3, the latest version of its Financial Aid Management Suite

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FREDERICK, Md., Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Regent Education today announced Regent 5.3, a major release that includes 2021-2022 regulatory updates to Regent Award and Regent Review, the flagship solutions of its automated financial aid management suite. Simultaneously, Regent enhanced Regent Plan, an offering that empowers higher education institutions to help students borrow responsibly and minimize debt.

2021-2022 Regulatory Updates

The 2021-2022 regulatory updates include the required updates to Regent Award and Regent Review as appropriate in support of 2021-2022 ISIR processing. Among the features updated were:

  • The Estimated Family Contribution formula for the 2021-2022 Federal Award Year;
  • ISIR Details display and Verification/Corrections Wizard now support the 2021-2022 Federal Award Year, as does the ISIR Comparison Tool;
  • SAR Comment Code text definitions now align with the U.S. Department
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Could Big 12 Join SEC in Having College Sports Version of COVID-19 Law and Order

STILLWATER — The college football season had some bumps at the start, but nothing like we’ve seen the past week and in the SEC, where their motto is “It just means more” they are dealing with it as if that motto is true during a pandemic. Now SEC schools will give up conference revenue for not being diligent enough in fighting the coronavirus and potential outbreaks or spikes. 

Pokes Report checked with two Big 12 Conference officials and received a response as to whether the Big 12 would handle issues in a similar fashion. The on individual said they had not heard of anything like that in the Big 12. The conference has worked so much together, both in administration, medical staffs at each school, and coaching staffs to play contests despite COVID-19. There has never been mention of punishment for what might be seen as carelessness or lack of

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