Registration is NOW OPEN!
Please join us for the Spring 2023 Conference on April 12 – 14th at Wright State University. Registration can be completed at here. The link to submit payment is located at the end of the form, but can also be found at https://commerce.cashnet.com/oba.
Hotel information and booking can be found here. A block of rooms has been reserved through April 8 at a rate of $119/night.
Any questions can be directed to Laura Shannon, OBA President (email@example.com), or Cory Gadel, OBA President-Elect (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2021 OBA Meeting: Pre-Recorded Sponsor Sessions
Get P.A.I.D. is a conversation strategy that is designed to bring simplicity into our student interactions and negotiations. This will break down a straightforward acronym that will help you deliver consistency while incorporating some collection fundamentals in each opportunity. To help prove this strategy, we will play examples from 4 real collection calls.
P = Paid in Full / Payment
A = Acquire Information
I = Interact
D = Deliver Payment Options
Looking Ahead: to PCI DSS 4.0
While the PCI DSS 4.0 is still in draft, the anticipated fourth quarter release of the Standard may have you wondering what to expect and what you will have to do to remain compliant. We expect that the upcoming updates to the PCI DSS will include new and modified requirements to better support payment security in response to the novel ways that criminals are now stealing payment card data, as well as from lessons learned from the current Standard.
We discuss what will remain the same in the new Standard, as well as the new “customized validation” method, and the proposed timeline for PCI DSS 4.0 adoption and implementation.
- Have a broader view of what to expect and how it will impact your institution
- Gain an understanding of when PCI DSS 4.0 will be released (subject to change) and be applied
- Be better prepared for your transition from 3.2.1 to 4.0
California Education Debt Collection Practices Act (Bill 1313)
During this session, attorney John Bauer will give an overview of the California Education Debt Collection Practices Act, discuss how California schools have changed their policies and procedures as a result of the law, and provide an update on Ohio and federal efforts to implement a similar law.
Inside Out, Presented by Zenon Butts
Leadership is its own study, choose to evolve.
Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage helps families in Ohio plan and save for their children’s future education after high school. Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage is a tax-advantaged way to save for higher education.
Families can choose from a variety of ready-made investments plans, FDIC-insured bank savings accounts and CD options tailored to an individual savings timeline, risk tolerance and investment strategy. Accounts in CollegeAdvantage can be opened for as little as $25. CollegeAdvantage can be used at any four-year public or private, community or technical school, certificate or apprenticeship program.
Future-Proof Your Payment Process: Accelerate Cash Flow while Saving Time and Money.
This Webinar is led by our EVP of Global Education, Sharon Butler, and walks the listeners through how leading institutions are able to offer flexible payment options to keep more students enrolled by tackling challenges such as rising tuition costs and student debt.
Business Meeting Minutes
Fall 2020 Webinar Presentations
Offering Settlements on Delinquent Student Accounts
By Doug Plummer and Scott Medley, Key 2 Recovery
Higher Education Federal Update
By Karen Reddick, National Credit Management
Fall 2019 Conference Presentations
OBA Fall Conference 2019 Agenda
Collections for Private Institutions*
Managing the Generational Shift*
Ohio Attorney General Presentation*
* OBA Legal Disclaimer
These presentations have been provided to the OBA by guest speakers from the most recent Ohio Bursars Association conference. The presentations have been shared with members of the OBA for informational purposes only. The information provided is not, and is not intended to, constitute legal or professional advice. The content is provided “as is;” no representations are made that the content is error-free. Due to a number of factors, including but not limited to changes in various laws, the information provided may or may not be correct, complete, or current at the time of reading. All liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based on the contents of the information provided is hereby expressly disclaimed.