July/August 2016 / Vol. 50, No. 1
Since the founding of Harvard University in 1636, American higher education has evolved from one institution to more than 4,700 accredited colleges and universities. Recent developments—in enrollment, tuition, regulation, financing, and more—are challenging institutions to change yet again.
While many challenges affect all colleges and universities similarly, others are unique to particular constituent groups: small institutions, research universities, comprehensive/doctoral institutions, and community colleges.
Bonus Online Content
The Right Staff
A year-long professional development program at Prairie View A&M University aims to fortify the university’s leadership pipeline and serves as one of its primary succession planning tools.
We Don’t Close the Door Behind Us
Higher enrollments at the Texas A&M University System don’t dilute the value of an Aggie engineering degree.
Making Their Mark
In the ongoing discussion about the benefits of higher education, the personal stories of individual students shed light on the value of the college experience.
- ED Proposes Substantial Expansion of Financial Responsibility Indicators
- Supreme Court Hands Down Two Decisions with Higher Education Implications
- NACUBO Objects to Annual SFA Audits
- 2016 CAO and CBO Collaborations
August 1-2, 2016
- 2016 Planning and Budgeting Forum
September 19-20, 2016
- 2016 Managerial Analysis and Decision Support
November 17-18, 2016
- ON-DEMAND: The CBO's Role in Diversity and Inclusion on Campus
- ON-DEMAND: The Clery Act: Strategic Planning to Mitigate Institutional Risk
- ON-DEMAND: Title IX: Key Issues Surrounding Institutional Compliance
- ON-DEMAND: NACUBO Live! Higher Education Accounting Forum
- ON-DEMAND: Responsibility Center Management: Two Different Perspectives