SCUP is registered sponsor of continuing education credit from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). Only the annual, international conference and Idea Marketplace provides NASBA Continuing Professional Education (CPE).
The Society for College and University Planning is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
For more information regarding administrative policies, such as complaint resolution, please contact SCUP at email@example.com.
SCUP and NASBA: Programs, Policies, and Procedures
All SCUP programs that provide NASBA continuing education credit must meet NASBA's Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education Programs and are subject to audit. Not every program qualifies for NASBA credit.
Credits are measured based on instructional time. Every 50 minutes of instructional time will provide 1 CPE credit, while each additional 25 minutes provides .5 CPE credit. Please refer to each program description to determine credit amounts.
Following NASBA policies, SCUP programs must meet the following criteria to be submitted for NASBA continuing education credit:
SCUP applies the following types of programs for NASBA continuing education credit:
Annual, International Conference*
*Note: conference programs provide NASBA credit on a program by program basis, depending on the subject matter and qualifications of each program. Not every workshop, concurrent session, or plenary session offered at the conference will provide NASBA credit.
Reporting Your Credits
Each workshop and concurrent session convener will have a sign-in and sign-out report roster by the door in session rooms for concurrent sessions, workshops, and plenary sessions. To receive credit for any of these programs, CPAs are required to sign-in as they enter the session room, and sign-out as they depart. SCUP staff will add up the amount of credit earned by each CPA in each session to ensure the correct amount of credit is awarded.
Once the conference is over, certificates will be provided to CPAs who earned credit. This will include the total numbers of hours of educational program attendance, and a record of attendance in each of the fields of study. This procedure complies with NASBA's reporting requirements of SCUP.
If a program has been approved for NASBA continuing education, the amount of credits will be listed with the program description. For all approved programs: