Mike Reilly discusses some concerns about what information institutions will be asked to provide as directory information.
Mike Reilly discusses how institutions can work to provide the U.S. Census Bureau the relevant information needed to complete an accurate count.
Mike Reilly discusses AACRAO's webinar with the U.S. Census Bureau, which provides updates on their modified data collection timeline, procedures, and field operations in light of the pandemic.
Mike Reilly discusses 60 day roster reporting to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
Mike Reilly discusses best practices on virtual access of student records and other issues.
Mike Reilly discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on AACRAO and our members.
Mike Reilly discusses the agency's decision to no longer recognize the distinction between regional and national accreditation.
Mike Reilly discusses the College Affordability Act.
Legislation to roll back 2012 FERPA regulations and ensure students' private information is not disclosed to third parties.
AACRAO worked closely with Congressional offices to ensure legislation increases the flexibility to complete an assessment of student records while still adhering to FERPA standards.
Mike Reilly discusses AACRAO's support of the U.S. Department of Education's recent efforts to restructure the office designated to administer FERPA.
Reilly has served as the Executive Director of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) since 2012. Prior to coming to AACRAO he was the Executive Director for the Council of Presidents, an association of the six public baccalaureate degree granting institutions in the state of Washington. He has more than 25 years of experience in university administration, admissions and enrollment management, including having been the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at both Central Washington University and Humboldt State University. He served on the American Council on Education Board of Directors and is currently on the American Council on Education’s Commission on Education Attainment and Innovation and the College Board’s Access and Diversity Collaborative Advisory Council. He is a frequent writer and speaker on public policy matters impacting higher education.