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Business Officer Magazine

January 2016

On Balance: Kevin Kruger
In this interview with Business Officer, Kevin Kruger, president of NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, discusses the partnership between chief business and chief student affairs officers.

Cost Control
Institutions that have joined to form health-care consortia are benefiting from cost savings, while being able to comply with complex and changing ACA regulations.

Comfort Zones
Recruiting immigrant students, legally documented or not, raises issues of cost, culture, and respect. College completion can hinge on funding, trust, and safe “retreat” spaces where students can relax among themselves.

Risk Recognition
Their experience in enterprise risk management has led some campus administrators to establish a four-step assessment and monitoring process. Such deliberation helps ready institutions for self-identified vulnerabilities.

Business Intel
A roundup of short news articles and useful resources for business officers

Vantage Point
Spotlight on an institution in one of the constituent groups: small institutions, community colleges, comprehensive/doctoral institutions, or research universities

Federal File
Coverage of legislation and regulatory activity that affects higher education

News about how your association is a resource for you

Back Story
Profiles of individuals in roles that support the work of the chief business officer—and who represent the majority of the Business Officer reading audience

Bonus Online Content

Steering Students in a Healthy Direction
NASPA’s president Kevin Kruger discusses the complex nature of issues facing college and university student affairs professionals as they seek to address the needs of today’s students.

Undocumented: A Student Perspective
An immigrant college student explains how the University of California–Davis seeks to boost retention among its undocumented student population.

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