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What economic trends today will set the stage for the future? How will legislative actions impact student financial aid? What accounting policy or reporting changes are on the horizon? Navigating the business of higher education institutions requires knowledge about a variety of issues—from finance to campus security. In this podcast series, hear colleagues, experts, and industry leaders explore issues, provide best practices, offer solutions to new questions that may not have been asked bef ...
 
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Heather E. McGowan, future-of-work strategist and author of The Adaptation Advantage, joins NACUBO’s senior director of government affairs Megan Schneider to discuss how to lead in a post-pandemic world. Their conversation ranges from entering the era of human capital and what that means for students preparing for the workforce, to ways you can mar…
 
Colleges and universities across the country have benefitted greatly from the COVID-19 relief aid appropriated to higher education by Congress via the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). While much discussion of HEERF has centered on the primary portion of aid known as the (a)(1) allocations that most schools have received, there has be…
 
Tuition Discounting at private colleges and universities continued to rise in the 2020-21 academic year as institutions tried to keep pace with students’ financial needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, NACUBO’s vice president for policy and research, Liz Clark talks with Jeff Weinstein, co-founder and vice president for strategic ana…
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic brought sweeping changes to the higher education landscape, institutions have been forced to plan and forecast in a more sophisticated way. In this episode, NACUBO’s vice president for policy and research, Liz Clark talks with Derek Freitag, strategic account executive with Synario, to uncover how schools are making long-te…
 
NACUBO’s Bryan Dickson, director of student financial services and educational programs, and Lindsay Wayt, director of analytics, discuss the latest edition in NACUBO’s State of Higher Education series. Titled “Bold Action Required: How to More Effectively Support Students from Low-Income Backgrounds,” the effort calls on higher education professio…
 
According to Vemo Education vice president and co-founder, Bill Brosseau, income share agreements help institutions to be more thoughtful, strategic, and adaptable to helping students most in need as they tackle doubts around affording their post-secondary education. Vemo’s efforts hinge on helping balance student and institutional needs to ease an…
 
How has the pandemic changed the value of a higher education degree and intensified our need to talk about affordability? Why are students of color and lower-income students less likely to attend certain institutions? NACUBO’s director of analytics, Lindsay Wayt, joins Liz Clark to talk about the association’s State of Higher Education Project and …
 
How are colleges and universities responding to the pandemic? Is 2020 truly proving to be an era of transformation? Paul Friga, University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler strategy professor and the co-founder and chief strategy officer of ABC Insights, joins Liz Clark to explore how institutions are taking action and why creativity and collaborat…
 
Emmanual Guillory, director of student and institutional aid policy for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), joins NACUBO Senior Director of Government Affairs Megan Schneider to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on fall higher education enrollment. Have we seen an enrollment decrease? “That’s a very …
 
Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators joins NACUBO director of student financial services and educational programs Bryan Dickson to discuss the impact of Income Share Agreements on the higher education landscape. While this space isn’t yet regulated, Justin explains that schools have s…
 
Brad Kendrex, executive vice president for administration and operations at Chandler-Gilbert Community College and interim vice president for administrative services at Mesa Community College joins NACUBO senior director, government affairs Megan Schneider to discuss the impact of COVID-19 legislative support on community colleges. The Higher Educa…
 
Private, nonprofit institutions forgo a significant portion of potential revenue to help families offset the cost of college. The 2019 study, conducted before the coronavirus pandemic, indicates that this trend is becoming even more profound. Today on the show, NACUBO Assistant Director for Research and Policy Analysis Kat Masterson joins NACUBO Vi…
 
Maeesha Merchant, senior vice president and CFO at California Institute of the Arts and Tom Heck, chief investment officer and CFO at the Ball State University Foundation, join NACUBO Vice President Liz Clark to discuss the role of college and university endowments in the current crisis. “Endowments are not rainy-day funds,” says Merchant, “institu…
 
Brian Flahaven, senior director for advocacy for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), joins NACUBO’s Liz Clark to discuss the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on charitable giving at colleges and universities. “There’s a lot of uncertainty,” he says. “Uncertainty is the enemy of charitable giving.” Listen in to hear ho…
 
Susan Whealler Johnston, President and CEO of NACUBO, joins NACUBO vice presidents Jim Hundreiser and Liz Clark to discuss the challenges college and universities are contending with related to the COVID-19 pandemic. How do colleges and universities plan ahead when there are still so many uncertainties?…
 
Pat Lane serves as Vice President for Policy, Analysis, and Research at the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). This month, Pat joins Megan Schneider, senior director of government affairs at NACUBO, to educate us about his organization and share the latest results and trends from WICHE’s Knocking at the College Door project…
 
How does the physical footprint of a college campus evolve while its leaders balance the costs of new technologies, interest rates, construction, real estate, and deferred maintenance? The mechanical complexities of this ecosystem are only the first part of the conversation; what happens when you add the emotional ties your constituencies may have …
 
Sustainability efforts on campus are no longer limited to environmental sustainability. Diversity and inclusion, social justice, and economic impact — among others — are all efforts requiring sustainability thinking. Bringing leadership together with faculty and student constituencies to build a governance structure to institutionalize these effort…
 
George Washington University Associate Vice President & University Controller Sharon Heinle sits down with NACUBO’s senior director of accounting policy Sue Menditto to discuss the need to translate financial information for non-financial people effectively. The Controller’s Office at GW is the waystation for a wide variety of financial information…
 
Tom Simard is Deputy Commissioner for Finance and Administration at the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education and he joins NACUBO’s Bryan Dickson, assistant director for advocacy and student financial services. Massachusetts is stepping up to face the question of institutional solvency with a new metric that aims to better understand the nat…
 
Joanna Gramma is a senior consultant at Vantage Technology Consulting Group and she joins NACUBO’s Megan Schneider, senior director of government affairs, to take on a subject at the intersection of technology and higher education: centralizing a new set of higher education student and institution data at the federal level. Many institutions alread…
 
Syracuse University SVP and CFO Amir Rahnamay-Azar knows a thing or two about steam. His university’s steam generator has been providing power and more for decades across the university. When it came time for a major retrofit, it came time to revisit facilities that were core to the operation of the institution. As he says, “I need steam, not a ste…
 
This week on NACUBO In Brief, we bring you part four of our four-part series dissecting one of higher education’s biggest challenges: financial modeling and forecasting in the face of great uncertainty. In our last episode, we presented sophisticated applications of scenario planning that can help institutions take their budgeting and forecasting m…
 
This week on NACUBO In Brief, we bring you part three of our four-part series dissecting one of higher education’s biggest challenges: financial modeling and forecasting in the face of great uncertainty. In our last episode, we discussed how institutions can build a forecasting and scenario planning process that is grounded in budgeting. This week,…
 
This week on NACUBO In Brief, we bring you part two of our four-part series dissecting one of higher education’s biggest challenges: financial modeling and forecasting in the face of great uncertainty. In our last episode, we made the case for the value of forecasting. This week, we dive deeper, discussing the process of forecasting with illustrati…
 
Unstable future revenues. Ballooning costs. Shifting demographics. For some, the challenges facing our institutions are no longer posing questions about what our schools will look like in the future, but whether our schools have a future at all. Even the most fortunate are concerned that there won’t be sufficient resources to sustain excellence — m…
 
American Council on Education research vice president Lorelle Espinosa sits down with NACUBO’s Lindsay Wayt this week to share key findings from the association’s recent Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education report. This report’s findings illuminate key underlying issues facing equity in higher education and perceptions of the value of a higher ed…
 
NACUBO’s Liz Clark speaks with Sophia Harding of Staffordshire University and Lucy Heming of Imperial College, both university administrators from universities in England, to compare trends in public opinion about higher education and discuss how institutions are preparing to deliver on their educational missions into the foreseeable future.…
 
State institutions are increasingly reliant on tuition dollars to fund operations in the face of declines in state appropriations. Sophia Laderman joins NACUBO brings the latest insights from the State Higher Education Finance report to help us paint a clearer picture of today's funding landscape. Links & Notes 2018 SHEF Report — State Higher Educa…
 
Institutions dedicate a significant portion of their tuition and fee revenue to help families offset the cost of college. Just how much? It’s significant, says NACUBO Senior Director of Research and Policy Analysis, Ken Redd. This grant aid — aid that does not require repayment — is reaching new heights. Today on the show, Ken joins NACUBO’s Liz Cl…
 
This week on the show, Juan Martinez, Vice President, CFO, and Treasurer of the Knight Foundation, joins NACUBO senior director of federal affairs, Liz Clark, to talk about diversity in the asset management industry. Research supported by the Knight Foundation looks at trends in women and minority-owned asset management firms— and the results chall…
 
Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) has released their new International Graduate Admissions Survey study. On today’s show, Liz Clark sits down with Lauren Inouye and Hironao Okahana from CGS to talk about the study and the impacts of the political and economic impacts on international student enrollment in the United States. The biggest takeaway thi…
 
Colleen Campbell, Director, Postsecondary Education for Center for American Progress (CAP) joins NACUBO’s Bryan Dickson to talk about the Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid proposed payment vehicle and the myStudentAid app. The initiative is designed to improve function and compliance for colleges and universities and provide convenience…
 
For over 40 years, NACUBO has conducted a study on institutional endowments designed to answer key questions in how these financial tools are used. Over the years, this has become the largest study of its kind, offering a comprehensive set of data for policy makers, parents, students, and the broader community in how their institutions are using en…
 
Peter Smith has been an institution in global higher education issues for the better part of 50 years. In his latest book, Free Range Learning in the Digital Age: The Emerging Revolution in College, Career, and Education, Dr. Smith uses evidence across the education ecosystem to document the unimaginable transformation occurring that challenges som…
 
NACUBO assistant director of research and policy analysis Lindsay Wayt joins us today to share the latest results from the NACUBO 2017 Tuition Discounting Study, measuring the trends and strategies employed around tuition discounting across our member institutions. This week on NACUBO In Brief, Lindsay offers valuable background on the methodology …
 
NACUBO assistant directors of research and policy analysis Lesley McBain and Lindsay Wayt join us today to share new NACUBO research, a new paper in the NACUBO Perspectives Series, addressing the relationship between tuition discounting and access and affordability for underrepresented minority students. This paper examines whether increasing tuiti…
 
For over 40 years, NACUBO has conducted a study on institutional endowments designed to answer key questions in how these financial tools are used. Over the years, this has become the largest study of its kind, offering a comprehensive set of data for policy-makers, parents, students, and the broader community in how their institutions are using en…
 
The Republican party’s framework for tax reform appears to be moving quickly — and rather quietly — toward a bill. The framework itself is quite high-level at this point, but there are a few key areas that will absolutely impact higher ed institutions. According to Liz Clark, NACUBO’s director of federal affairs, more detail is likely coming which …
 
Consumers may have heard about Net Neutrality in recent weeks as Internet companies have made their positions clear across our favorite websites. But do you know how the fight for a fair and open Internet is poised to impact higher ed? Megan Schneider, Assistant Director of Federal Affairs for NACUBO, and Jarret Cummings, Director of Policy and Gov…
 
NACUBO assistant directors of research and policy analysis Lesley McBain and Lindsay Wayt join us today to share the latest results from the NACUBO 2016 Tuition Discounting Study, measuring the trends and strategies employed around tuition discounting across our member institutions. This week on NACUBO In Brief, Lesley and Lindsay offer valuable ba…
 
Shared Services encompasses the web of possible partnerships between departments, divisions, and even across institutions that share resources to improve efficiency and decrease costs, and relieve pressure on tuition. For a small institution, streamlining processes and finding internal efficiencies is no longer enough. Forming shared services partn…
 
It’s early days in the new administration, but lawmakers have been all too public about their interests in legislation that could dramatically impact charitable giving. What will that mean to endowments, scholarships, and academic service? This week on NACUBO In Brief, Dickinson College’s Dr. Brontè Jones and NACUBO Federal Affairs Director Liz Cla…
 
A Climate Action Plan documents an institution’s greenhouse gas emissions and the plans they have to reduce them. In 2006, today’s guest helped launch the effort to create a Climate Action Plan for University of Washington, a project that would ultimately take over three years, cataloging the massively complex infrastructure that emits greenhouse g…
 
For over 40 years, NACUBO has conducted a study on institutional endowments designed to answer key questions in how these financial tools are used. Over the years, this has become the largest study of its kind, offering a comprehensive set of data for policy makers, parents, students, and the broader community in how their institutions are using en…
 
This period of transition between the outgoing Obama administration and the incoming Trump administration brings great uncertainty to finance offices across the higher ed landscape. Today on NACUBO In Brief, NACUBO assistant director for federal affairs Megan Schneider joins us to break down key incoming cabinet positions, House and Senate cabinet …
 
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