Responding to Student Borrower Defense to Repayment (BDR) Claims

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a NACUA Briefing?

A NACUA Briefing is a service offering timely education on breaking legal developments. Generally, Briefings are short, audio-only presentations that are free-of-charge for NACUA members. NACUA Briefings are intended for NACUA members only and for their colleagues at member institutions. Members may freely share information included as part of a Briefing with their colleagues at member institutions but should not share the information in a manner that could result in broader public distribution. Briefings should not be considered to be or used as legal advice. Legal questions should be directed to institutional legal counsel. 

Will I be able to ask questions during the briefing?

No, there will not be an opportunity to ask questions of the speakers. 

What equipment do I need in order to participate?

The Briefing is offered through Zoom. You may log in through your computer, or call in using the telephone number also provided.

Will the Briefing be recorded?

The Briefing will be recorded and can be accessed free-of-charge by NACUA members shortly after the conclusion of the call.

Can NACUA accommodate participants with special needs or accessibility requests?

NACUA strives to accommodate all Briefing participants. If you have a special need or accessibility request, please contact NACUA staff at

What should I expect after I register for a Briefing?

After you register, you will receive a confirmation email from our provider with information regarding event details and access information.