Helping postsecondary institutions stay compliant with financial aid regulations
We specialize in knowing and understanding Title IV regulations. Our team of experts use their knowledge to help for-profit and nonprofit universities help their students while following the regulations.
Reference data from 2017-2022
FAACscertified financial aid administrators
average daysreports filed before filing deadline
student filestested for audits/diligence
presentationsat national and regional conferences
Why work with McClintock & Associates?
Let us take the burden of staying compliant off your plate. With regulations changing so rapidly it's important to work with the right partner.
Our team consists of a variety of experts, both CPAs and FAAC certified leaders, who are focused on what’s coming next and how it will impact your school. We know the regulations and provide a unique customer experience. Our process is focused on developing an understanding of your school and its processes, enabling us to find the most efficient and effective ways to communicate and share information. We work to minimize the impact the audit has on your day-to-day operations, and we provide you with solutions to continually improve processes and avoid future findings.
We provide a full range of solutions to postsecondary institutions including:
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