Financing Sustainability on Campus
NC3111, Book-Softcover, 125 pages, 2009
Financing Sustainability on Campus shatters the myth of “funding first, operational change second.” Ben Barlow, with guidance from Andrea Putman, provides higher education leaders with a comprehensive handbook to financing sustainability with real world examples, creative strategies, and clear explanations of a wide variety of financial tools and programs. Developed in partnership with Second Nature, this book offers a first-of-its-kind look at how leading-edge colleges and universities are responding to the challenges of financing sustainability efforts. How can institutions blend financing options? How can a campus utilize a tax-exempt lease purchase contract? What tax incentives are available? When is bond financing your best option? What new liabilities will institutions need to recognize on their balance sheets? Geared to both newcomers and experienced practitioners, this guide walks you through the process—from identifying and analyzing the economics of proposed projects to execution—with examples from numerous individual campuses. This is a softcover publication that is also available in an e-book version.
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Risk Management & Campus Security
- Student Financial Services
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