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Higher ed groups ask for more flexibility on Paycheck Protection Program

Higher ed groups ask for more flexibility on Paycheck Protection Program

Education Dive

Natalie Schwartz
June 8, 2020
Dive Brief:
  • More than a dozen higher education associations are urging the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to loosen the eligibility requirements for a federal coronavirus relief program so more small colleges can qualify.
  • Congress established the Paycheck Protection Program earlier this year to provide loans to businesses with 500 or fewer employees during the pandemic.┬áThe loans can be forgiven if businesses spend at least 60% of the funds on payroll and meet other requirements.
  • In a letter to the SBA on Monday, the groups said all student-workers should be excluded from the employee count required to qualify for the program in part because they are no longer on campus and are making many institutions ineligible.

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