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Higher Education Legislation

This is a document detailing the phase four COVID-19 relief and stimulus proposals and legislative provisions.
AAU joined ACE and eleven other associations to send a letter to Chairman Johnson and Ranking Member Peters of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs with concerns regarding S. 3997, the “Safeguarding American Innovation Act.
AAU has crafted a document for our members to use and share broadly that includes our recommendations for the upcoming “Phase Four” COVID-19 relief and stimulus legislation.
AAU has developed a document focusing on our Higher Education and Tax recommendations for the upcoming “Phase Four” COVID-19 relief and stimulus legislation
AAU yesterday joined a group of 31 other higher education associations on a letter to Senate leadership urging them to provide essential relief to current federal student loan recipients and borrowers already in repayment.
AAU joined ACE and 39 other higher education organizations to send a letter to Secretary Betsy DeVos to urge the Education Department to provide emergency relief included in the CARES Act to colleges and universities quickly and with maximum flexibility.
AAU joined ACE, APLU, and three other higher education organizations on a letter to express their support for H.R. 6194, legislation that would ensure that veterans can still receive their GI bill benefits of their campuses move courses online due to COVID-19 concerns
AAU joined five other higher education institutions in sending a letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren to thank her for reintroducing the bipartisan Accessible Instructional Materials in Higher Education Act.
Chairman Lamar Alexander introduced the Student Aid Improvement Act (S. 2557) on September 26, 2019. AAU has created a draft summary of the bill and will continue to update the summary and AAU Position column as we receive feedback from our members.
AAU sent a letter to House Education and Labor Committee leaders to offer comments on H.R. 4674, the “College Affordability Act.”