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BRIEFING: Going Online: Key Regulatory and Operational Considerations in Moving to a Remote Model

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As soon as the coronavirus pandemic across the country began to spread, a huge number of colleges and universities were forced to take their academic programs online. Looking to the future, many institutions may continue to offer online programming or distance education, but there are important legal issues to consider when doing so—both in determining how to start up a robust online learning environment from a business perspective, and how to navigate the statutory and regulatory requirements of doing so. Please join us for a NACUA Briefing with Yvette Clark, Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Southern New Hampshire University, and Aaron Lacey, Partner at Thompson Coburn, as they untangle the knotty legal issues that counsel must consider in starting up these programs and setting them up for long term success.

This 30-minute briefing will be audio-only and will be complimentary to NACUA members.