CECU MEMBER DR. CAROL COLVIN SELECTED TO BE THE ALTERNATE NEGOTIATOR REPRESENTING PROPRIETARY INSTITUTIONS
Arlington, VA -- This week, the U.S. Department of Education has been contacting individuals to inform them that they have been selected to serve on the Affordability and Student Loans negotiated rulemaking committee and on the Prison Education Program subcommittee.
CECU member and Senior Vice President of Financial Aid at South College, Dr. Carol Colvin, will serve as the alternate negotiator representing proprietary institutions on the Affordability and Student Loans committee. On Wednesday, CECU member and President of The Modern College of Design, Jessica Barry, was selected to be the primary negotiator representing proprietary institutions.
“We are thrilled that two CECU members have been selected as the primary and alternate negotiators for the committee,” said Dr. Jason Altmire, CECU’s President and CEO. “As a senior executive for an outstanding school, along with her years of experience in financial aid, Dr. Colvin is the perfect choice!"
Dr. Colvin has served as the Senior Vice President of Financial Aid at South College for over five years. Dr. Colvin holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Professional Practice from Trevecca Nazarene University.
“I am honored and excited to be selected to serve on the Department of Education’s negotiated rulemaking committee,” said Dr. Carol Colvin. “I look forward to advocating for the interests of South College and all students and institutions in the proprietary sector.”
CECU applauds the Department for selecting Dr. Colvin to serve on the Committee
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