Topics to be discussed include bankruptcy, the analysis on whether or not certain debts on campus qualify as “student loans” pursuant to the United States Bankruptcy Code, and steps schools can take to better protect their debts from being discharged. Other topics to be explored are legal hot topics, along with a discussion focusing on the current legal issues facing the collection industry and the impact those issues have on the higher education community.
Williams & Fudge, Inc.’s Student Loans & Receivables Collection Conference in Charlotte, NC
September 28th through October 1st
Texas BUC$’s 2014 Annual Conference “BUC$ by the Bayou” in Houston, TX
October 12th through October 15th
Since 1996, the Texas Association of Bursars and University Cashier$ (BUC$) has organized a professional forum for student business office administrators and staff to discuss issues relevant to student business services. This year’s 19th annual Texas BUC$ conference will continue in this endeavor, providing necessary networking opportunities and exhibitions to continually approve the student business services industry across all public, community, and private sector levels.
Minnesota Collection Network’s Mega Conference XXII in Minneapolis, MN
October 26th through October 29th
With an emphasis on Upper Midwest professionals working at the university and college level, the Minnesota Collection Network is proud to host it’s 26th annual conference on Campus Based Programs and Student Accounts Receivable. The Minnesota Collection Network prioritizes increasing communications between educational institutions and offers this conference as an affordable colloquium to the collection industry for this purpose.