This program is a must-see for schools preparing the facilities and administrative (F&A) short form as prescribed in Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 2 CFR 200. Mira Levine, manager, MAXIMUS higher education practice, provides an overview of relevant cost accounting standards and describes the F&A cost pools and rate calculation.
Module one offers an overview and guidance on the calculation, module two provides specific considerations and indirect cost pools. The final module provides an inside look into the F&A short form calculation and proposal
With content development support from Maximus.
Strategic FinanceLeadershipOrganizational EffectivenessAnalyticsPlanning and BudgetingDistance Learning
What You Will Learn
After completing this course, you will be able to—
Explain strategic planning, its relationship with higher education leadership, and its importance for college and university effectiveness
Describe how to use analytics to develop, communicate, and affect institutional strategies
Discuss the drivers behind higher education expenses and strategies for improving resource generation
Apply best practices of communication for more effective presentations
This course includes the following modules:
Module 1: The Finance Leadership Role in Strategic Planning
As you journey through Module 1, you will learn and understand what strategic planning is, its relationship with higher education leadership, and its importance for college and university effectiveness. You will evaluate institutional strategic planning and how it relates to the mission of your institution.
Module 2: Making Data-Informed Decisions to Support Institutional Mission and Strategy
Module 2 is focused on the importance and effectiveness of building institutional data literacy and capabilities to leverage analytics—including financial metrics—to develop, communicate, and affect institutional strategies.
Module 3: Revenue and Resource Allocation in Support of Mission and Strategic Goals
In Module 3, you will learn about the history of college cost discussions, the role that planning and budgeting have in revenue generation and resource allocation, drivers behind higher education expenses, and strategies for improving resource generation and use at colleges and universities.
Module 4: Strategic Financial Leadership and Institutional Success
In the final module of the course, you will learn about strategic leadership and its benefits, as well as the importance of leadership presence in higher education. You will analyze persuasive communication and learn to apply best practices of communication to present financial information to different stakeholders.
A companion workbook for each module helps you apply what you are learning at your college or university.
Module 1: Overview & Guidance (52 minutes)
Module 2: Specific Considerations and Indirect Cost Pools (45 minutes)
Module 3: F&A Short Form Rate - Calculation and Proposal (45 minutes)
Learning level: Intermediate
Access: participants will have online access for one-year
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There are no CPEs offered for this event.
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