Best Practices to Help You Accurately Report Anticipated Completion Dates

Best Practices to Help You Accurately Report Anticipated Completion Dates

by | Dec 8, 2016 | Financial Aid Services |

It’s critical that you report an accurate Anticipated Completion Date (ACD) — also commonly known as the Anticipated Graduation Date or AGD — for each student for whom it is required. This enables loan servicers to correctly communicate changing obligations to borrowers as they approach repayment and helps prevent student loans from being converted to repayment either too early or too late.

To help you with your ACD reporting, we’ve compiled a list of best practices on our Compliance Central page, which also contains other helpful enrollment reporting information and resources.

Do you need help or have questions about ACD reporting?
Contact us.

Check out Compliance Central for important reminders and other information and resources to help you stay in compliance.

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